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Display API Data on List Using SwiftUI

To display API data in a list using SwiftUI, you’ll need to fetch the data from the API and then use SwiftUI’s `List` view to render it. Below is a basic example demonstrating how to achieve this:

import SwiftUI

// Define a model to represent your API data
struct Post: Codable {
let id: Int
let title: String
let body: String

// Define a view model to fetch data from the API
class PostsViewModel: ObservableObject {
@Published var posts: [Post] = [] 
init() {

// Fetch data from the API
func fetchData() {

// Perform network request to fetch data from the API
guard let url = URL(string: "") else { return }
URLSession.shared.dataTask(with: url) { data, response, error in
guard let data = data, error == nil else {
print("Failed to fetch data: \(error?.localizedDescription ?? "Unknown error")")
do {

// Decode the JSON data into an array of Post objects
let posts = try JSONDecoder().decode([Post].self, from: data)
DispatchQueue.main.async {

// Update the @Published property to trigger view updates
self.posts = posts
} catch {
print("Failed to decode data: \(error.localizedDescription)")

// Define a SwiftUI view to display the list of posts
struct ContentView: View {
@ObservedObject var viewModel = PostsViewModel()

var body: some View {
NavigationView {
List(viewModel.posts, id: \.id) { post in
VStack(alignment: .leading) {

// Preview the ContentView
struct ContentView_Previews: PreviewProvider {
static var previews: some View {

In this example:

1. We define a `Post` struct to represent the data fetched from the API.
2. We define a `PostsViewModel` class that conforms to `ObservableObject` to fetch data from the API and publish it to the view.
3. In the `fetchData` method of the view model, we use `URLSession` to perform a network request to fetch data from the API, decode the JSON response into an array of `Post` objects, and update the `posts` property.
4. We define a `ContentView` SwiftUI view that displays a `List` of posts fetched from the API using the `PostsViewModel`.
5. The `ContentView` uses `Navigation` to display a navigation bar with the title “Posts”.
6. Finally, we preview the `ContentView` using `ContentView_Previews`.