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Hi im getting en error in my code. I tried to use the one from github but it desnt work also :/ Maybe you can find something? I cant move on to challende :/

import SwiftUI

struct EditView: View {
    enum LoadingState {
        case loading, loaded, failed
    }

    @Environment(\.dismiss) var dismiss
    var location: Location
    var onSave: (Location) -> Void

    @State private var name: String
    @State private var description: String

    @State private var loadingState = LoadingState.loading
    @State private var pages = [Page]()

    var body: some View {
        NavigationView {
            Form {
                Section {
                    TextField("Place name", text: $name)
                    TextField("Description", text: $description)
                }

                Section("Nearby…") {
                    switch loadingState {
                    case .loading:
                        Text("Loading…")
                    case .loaded:
                        ForEach(pages, id: \.pageid) { page in
                            Text(page.title)
                                .font(.headline)
                            + Text(": ")
                            + Text(page.description)
                                .italic()
                        }
                    case .failed:
                        Text("Please try again later.")
                    }
                }
            }
            .navigationTitle("Place details")
            .toolbar {
                Button("Save") {
                    var newLocation = location
                    newLocation.id = UUID()
                    newLocation.name = name
                    newLocation.description = description

                    onSave(newLocation)
                    dismiss()
                }
            }
            .task {
                await fetchNearbyPlaces()
            }
        }
    }

    init(location: Location, onSave: @escaping (Location) -> Void) {
        self.location = location
        self.onSave = onSave

        _name = State(initialValue: location.name)
        _description = State(initialValue: location.description)
    }

    func fetchNearbyPlaces() async {
        let urlString = "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?ggscoord=\(location.coordinate.latitude)%7C\(location.coordinate.longitude)&action=query&prop=coordinates%7Cpageimages%7Cpageterms&colimit=50&piprop=thumbnail&pithumbsize=500&pilimit=50&wbptterms=description&generator=geosearch&ggsradius=10000&ggslimit=50&format=json"

        guard let url = URL(string: urlString) else {
            print("Bad URL: \(urlString)")
            return
        }

        do {
            let (data, _) = try await URLSession.shared.data(from: url)
            let items = try JSONDecoder().decode(Result.self, from: data)
            pages = items.query.pages.values.sorted()
            loadingState = .loaded
        } catch {
            loadingState = .failed
        }
    }
}

struct EditView_Previews: PreviewProvider {
    static var previews: some View {
        EditView(location: Location.example) { _ in }
    }
}

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What is the "bug" or error message? Might help us to solve it.

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Oh! Right!

Generic struct 'StateObject' requires that 'ContentView.ViewModel' conform to 'ObservableObject'

In line:

 @StateObject private var viewModel = ViewModel()

I tried to use Paul's code from https://github.com/twostraws/HackingWithSwift/tree/main/SwiftUI/project14 But it seems different from the one in tutorial. MAybe its a little older.

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I assume you mean the error is happening in ContentView and not in the EditView code you posted.

@StateObject private var viewModel = ViewModel() is just another older way of intialising the viewModel. That would require your viewModel class to conform to ObservableObject like so:

class ViewModel: ObservableObject

However in the iOS 17 way, you can simply use

 @Observable
 class ViewModel

and in your view code, simply do this:

@State private var viewModel = ViewModel()

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Hi

you are right. I posted EditView instead od ContentView...i'm sorry.

I've already had @Observable class ViewModel in my ContentView - ViewModel.swift

I changed code like you suggested and now new error: Value of type 'Binding<ContentView.ViewModel>' has no dynamic member 'mapRegion' using key path from root type 'ContentView.ViewModel'

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Could you post your view and view model code for content view here so it'll be easier to debug?

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@swiftasroy I've tried many times but each time i got this message from this website: Your post was disallowed as spam.

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