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Issue with SwiftUI NavigationLink not working

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Hello everyone,

I'm currently working on a SwiftUI project as part of the "100 Days of SwiftUI" challenge, and I'm facing an issue with the NavigationLink. I have a list view where each row should navigate to a detail view when tapped, but nothing happens when I tap on the rows.

Here's the code I'm using for the NavigationLink:

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struct ContentView: View {

var body: some View {

    NavigationView {

        List {

            ForEach(items) { item in

                NavigationLink(destination: DetailView(item: item)) {

                    Text(item.name)

                }

            }

        }

        .navigationTitle("Items")

    }

}

}

I have confirmed that the items array is populated with the correct data, and the DetailView is properly implemented. However, when I tap on a row, the destination view doesn't appear.

Am I missing something in my code or overlooking any requirements for NavigationLink to work properly? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance!

Best regards, The Toilet Helper

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It seems like your code is correct, and the issue may lie elsewhere. Here are a few things you can check to troubleshoot the problem with NavigationLink not working:

  1. Check the navigation stack: Make sure you have wrapped your initial view (ContentView) in a NavigationView. Without a NavigationView, the NavigationLink won't have a navigation stack to push the destination view onto.

  2. Confirm view hierarchy: Ensure that ContentView is the top-level view in your hierarchy and not nested within another view that might interfere with the navigation.

  3. Verify target view implementation: Double-check that the DetailView is implemented correctly and does not contain any code or modifiers that prevent it from being displayed.

  4. Test with a simpler example: Try creating a minimal example with just a single NavigationLink to see if it works. This can help isolate the issue and determine if it's related to the specific content or the overall setup.

  5. Test on a physical device or simulator: Ensure that you test the NavigationLink behavior on a physical device or simulator rather than relying solely on SwiftUI previews, as SwiftUI previews sometimes have limited navigation capabilities.

  6. Check for any conflicting modifiers: Review the modifiers applied to the List or Text views and ensure there are no conflicting modifiers or unexpected behavior that might interfere with the NavigationLink.

If none of these steps resolve the issue, it might be helpful to provide more details about the surrounding code or any error messages you're encountering. Additionally, consider consulting the SwiftUI documentation or reaching out to the SwiftUI community for further assistance.

Regards; David Johnson.

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