I know that this question has been asked a lot but it seems that nobody has given a proper answer.
I have an interface controller that has a table. Now when the user selects a a row I push the information to a new interface controller
self.pushController(withName: "DetailInterfaceController", context: context)
. Now in the new DetailInterfaceController I can access my context very easily in
awake(withContext context: Any?)
. So far so good. The user is supposed to change something in the context and then send the context back to the previous interface controller. I use the delegate pattern to do it. I thought that I could use it as in the ios. But I encounter the problem of the delegate. I can not find a way to set the delegate. Watchkit does not allow you to just create an instance of an interface controller (the way I would normally do it in ios).
but I have an error from the compiler that I can not downcast my context.
I just can not believe it that there is no way in watch kit to set the delegate! It seems absurd. I use delegate pattern a lot in ios.
Can somebody tell me a way that this can be done? Or it simply can not be done in Watchkit?