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What To Do
- Deleting Notes
So far, our Notes app can add and edit notes. Let’s add the ability for a user to delete a note when they no longer need it.
First, implement a new method called
delete inside of the
NotesManager class. This method should use a
DELETE query on your SQLite database in order to delete a specific note.
Next, add a button to the notes storyboard that we’ll use for deleting notes. Exactly what the UI looks like is up to you! (If you’re feeling ambitious, you can try implementing a UI that allows a user to swipe on a note from the list to delete it, much like many email apps on iOS.)
Finally, wire up your UI to an
@IBAction that calls your new
delete method. Depending on your UI, you might find the
popViewController(animated: Bool) method on
navigationController useful—this method will pop you from your notes view back to your list view.
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