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SOLVED: @EnvironmentObject in classes

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Is there any way (workaround?) with that i can use @environmentobject in a class?


@EnvironmentObject pulls objects out of the SwiftUI environment, which is only available during the render phase of a View. So, no.

I would question why you think you need to do that in the first place and examine what exactly you are trying to do.


im creating a stopwatch app and i have a class for the timerManager, which increases the timer by one. I d like to use some data in that whuich is set in a view.




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