This post is about very common scenario in which we have to pass data from one screen to another.

There are various methods to do so but from that I am writing about simple and clean way by creating data model class to follow my rule of development “Code simple and clean”.


1. We have to class Class A and Class B

2. We have to send multiple data  from Class A to Class B  (name, age, sex)

3. We are taking one Button on Class A to navigate to Class B  (I am navigating using segue, you can use any  preferred way)

We need three classes

1. Model.swift – data model class to store data

2. Class A – from which we are sending data to Class B

3. Class B – To which are getting data from Class A

1. Model.swift

In this class we are creating variables who will store data we have to pass from one class to another

import Foundation

class Model : NSObject{
    var name :String?
    var age :Int?
    var sex :String?  

2. Class A

From this class we are passing data to Class B on button click

import UIKit

class A: UIViewController {
    let model = Model()
    override func viewDidLoad() {
       = "Mac"
        model.age = 23 = "male"
    override func prepare(for segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: Any?) {
        let newV = segue.destination as! NewViewController
        newV.model = model

3. Class B

In this class we are printing values getting from Class A

import UIKit
class B: UIViewController {

    var model = Model()
    override func viewDidLoad() {

        print("Name (!)")
        print("Age (models.age!)")
        print("Sex (!)")



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