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The right way to present view controller using coordinators?

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Hi, guys! Just watched Paul's tutorial about coordinators: https://www.hackingwithswift.com/articles/175/advanced-coordinator-pattern-tutorial-ios

In video code examples he only pushed view controllers, what if we need to present controller modally? What is the right way to do that?

My solution is this, but I don't think that it is the right way:

class MainCoordinator: Coordinator {
    var childCoordinators = [Coordinator]()
    var navigationController: UINavigationController
    weak var presenter: UIViewController?

    init(navigationController: UINavigationController) {
        self.navigationController = navigationController
    }

    convenience init(presenter: UIViewController, navigationController: UINavigationController) {
        self.init(navigationController: navigationController)
        self.presenter = presenter
    }

    func start() {        
        let vc = MainAssembly().createMainModule(coordinator: self)
        presenter?.present(vc, animated: true)
    }
}

   

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