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Updated for Xcode 12.0
SwiftUI’s components expect to have two-way bindings to properties, using something like
@ObservedObject. This error occurs because you tried to create an interactive component without a binding, such as this:
TextField("Enter your name", text: name)
To fix this, make sure your property is marked with
@State, like this:
@State private var name = ""
Now create your component using a two-way binding, like this:
TextField("Enter your name", text: $name)
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