MVVM List with SwiftUI

Model

List

ListView

isOn: .constant(alarm.enabled)

ListViewModel

@StateObject var viewModel = 
@Published var alarms: [AlarmItemViewModel] =

ListItemViewModel

init(alarm: AlarmModel){ 
self.alarm = alarm
self.enabled = alarm.enabled
}
@Published var enabled: Bool

ListItemView

Advanced

Indices

Foreach with id

Reload list when View did appear

Binding Element without Index

$alarm in

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