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iOS Build a Playlist Browser with Swift Building the Music Library and Playlist Models Creating a Music Library

Sergey Petrov
Sergey Petrov
2,424 Points

Error in library near backgroundColor type dictionary does not conform to protocol dictionaryliteralconvertible

"backgroundColor": ["red": 255, "green": 204, "blue": 51, "alpha": 1.0], and error in this line "type 'dictionary' does not conform to protocol 'dictionaryliteralconvertible' "

4 Answers

Hi Sergey,

Can you post the code straight out of Xcode, please. That way, we're looking at the actual issue ...

And let us know precisely what the error says, and where it shows up.

Thanks,

Steve.

Sergey Petrov
Sergey Petrov
2,424 Points

Hi Steve,

this is the part of code:

struct MusicLibrary {

let library = [
    [
    "title": "Rise and Shine",
    "description": "Get your morning going by singing along to these classic tracks as you hit the shower bright and early!",
    "icon": "coffee.pdf",
    "largeIcon": "coffee_large.pdf",
    "backgroundColor": ["red": 255, "green": 204, "blue": 51, "alpha": 1.0],
    "artists": ["American Authors", "Vacationer", "Matt and Kim", "MGMT", "Echosmith", "Tokyo Police Club", "La Femme"]
],

error in line 19 only - "backgroundColor": ["red": 255, "green": 204, "blue": 51, "alpha": 1.0] In other lines with backgroundColor it's ok. tried to remove this line, then the problem was in the second block near backgroundColor. So, error near the first mention of backgroundColor.

Sergey Petrov
Sergey Petrov
2,424 Points

I tested it on two other new projects everywhere, everything is OK. The problem only in this project.

Sergey Petrov
Sergey Petrov
2,424 Points

When creating a new Swift problem persists. As a result, I deleted all files and then created a new dictionary, the problem goes away by itself. Error no longer exists.