iOS: How to Add Image to UIAlertAction in UIAlertController

If you are developing an iOS app and want to customize the look and feel of your UIAlertController, you may want to add an image to your UIAlertAction. By default, the UIAlertAction only allows you to add a title and a style, but with a little bit of customization, you can add an image to your UIAlertAction.

To add an image to your UIAlertAction, you will need to create a custom view and add it to the UIAlertAction. First, create a UIView with the desired image inside of it. Then, create a new UIAlertAction and set its style and title as usual. Finally, set the UIAlertAction's value for the "image" key to the custom UIView you created.

Here is an example of how to add an image to an UIAlertAction:


let image = UIImage(named: "myImage")
let myView = UIImageView(image: image)
myView.frame = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 40, height: 40)

let myAction = UIAlertAction(title: "My Action", style: .default, handler: nil)
myAction.setValue(myView, forKey: "image")

In the code above, we first create a UIImage with the desired image, then create a UIImageView with that UIImage. We set the frame of the UIImageView to a desired size.

Next, we create a new UIAlertAction with a title and style. Finally, we set the value of the "image" key for the UIAlertAction to the custom UIView we created earlier.

By following these steps, you can easily add images to your UIAlertActions and create a more customized user experience for your iOS app.

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