Your Second iOS & SwiftUI App

Nov 4 2021 Swift 5.5, iOS 15, Xcode 13

Part 2: Data Flow

14. Confirmation Dialogs

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At this point, you’re providing a way for users to set images for books, and update them. But there may be cases where they’d like to delete their custom images, and go back to the default.

      PHPickerViewController.View(image: $image)
    }
    .confirmationDialog(<#T##title: StringProtocol##StringProtocol#>, isPresented: <#T##Binding<Bool>#>, actions: <#T##() -> View#>, message: <#T##() -> View#>)
  }
    .confirmationDialog(
      "Delete image for \(book.title)?",
image: .constant(nil))
.alert(isPresented: .constant(true)) {
      isPresented: .constant(true)) {
        <#code#>
      } message: {
        🟩Text("Delete image for \(book.title)?")
      }
Button("Delete")
Button("Delete", role: .destructive)
Button("Delete", role: .destructive) { image = nil }