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SwiftData - model context in a bigger application. How to work with it?

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Hi all. I have a question about SwiftData and what is the best way of handling and sharing modelContext across bigger app. Currently, when I create an app, I get the following code

var sharedModelContainer: ModelContainer = {...}

var body: some Scene {
    WindowGroup {
        ContentView()
    }
    .modelContainer(sharedModelContainer)
}

but this seems to be ok only for some small app. Lets say I have few views from where I can create or edit model. Should I pass modelContext to that views as a parameter? Or better idea would be assign modelContext as @EnvironmentObject? I am curious how to handle this in proper way. I don't think creating modelContainer in dedicated class (ex. DataAccessor) in every view that will need access to db will be a good idea. Any thought on this? Thanks for any help :)

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