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Updated for Xcode 14.0 beta 1
If you followed my Core Data and SwiftUI set up instructions, you’ve already injected your managed object context into the SwiftUI environment.
If not, make sure you add this code to your scene delegate:
ContentView() .environment(\.managedObjectContext, yourCoreDataContext)
That passes our view context directly into
ContentView as environment data, which means we can add an
@Environment property to
ContentView to read the managed object context right out:
@Environment(\.managedObjectContext) var managedObjectContext
Note: Adding a local property for the managed object context isn’t required for performing fetch requests using
@FetchRequest – you only need it for saving, deleting, and some other tasks.
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