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Understanding @StateObject in SwiftUI for iOS 14

Thanks to Domenico Loia for sharing their work on Unsplash.

At WWDC 2020, Apple announced a lot of new changes for the SwiftUI framework. One of the big changes was the new state management property wrapper called @StateObject. In this article, I will explain the workings of @StateObject property wrapper and how it is different from @ObservedObject.

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Mohammad Azam

Mohammad Azam

iOS Developer, speaker and educator. Top Udemy and LinkedIn instructor. Lead instructor at DigitalCrafts.

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