iOS is an operating system for mobile devices developed by Apple Inc. that is currently used in their iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV (2nd generation) devices. It shares a lot with Mac OS X, but is optimized for touch-based interfaces.

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Swift best practice to bush view from view [on hold]

I'm not sure if it's best channel to post it. If isn't just close it. Hello, my goal is to create first screen in app and base on if user is logged or not I want ember in ViewController LoginView or ...
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Storing JSON NSdictioanry to Core Data [on hold]

I m inserting values in core data but values are not inserting. Core Data Model Name - chats.xcdatamodelId My Entity Name - Chat My Attribute - onlineUsers - Type String My JSON ...
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OSX to iOS screen streamer - streaming realtime video over LAN

I know there are already apps out there that do this better, but I thought this kind of app should be free, so I tried writing one on my own. It takes a screen recording of your OSX screen using ...
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Simple LibGDX Pong game

I created my first java game in LibGDX and it's working fine but I'm 100% sure a lot of my code can be written shorter than now. Does anyone have tips how I can make this code better? Like the ...
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Getting WiFi SSID on iOS in Swift

I've seen a lot of Objective-C implementations but I'd like to do it in Swift. I did it like this and it seems to work just fine. Does anyone have comments and/or improvements to make? ...
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Changing image of a UIImageView based on a scrollView contentOffset

My task is pretty simple and my code works, it's just that my code feels a bit clumsy to me (and probably will for you too). I have a view controller (...
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Parsing travel duration data

I'm trying to parse an estimated travel duration and distance between two waypoints using Google Directions API. Tap on this to see an example of data received. ...
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Using NSPredicate with NSFetchRequest in a NSFetchedResultsController

I am learning CoreData and I wanted to have my code reviewed. As usual, I get something to work, then I attempt to refine it. I have a data model that consists of an Item entity and a subItem entity. ...
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HMSegmentedControl react to tapping on currently selected segment

I'm using HMSegmentedControl, an open-source UISegmentedControl subclass. I'm trying to react to the user tapping on the currently selected segment. HMSegmentedControl only supports reacting to a ...
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Networking in iOS Swift

This piece of code is working - It gives me a lot of JSON back, which I have yet to parse, but I'd like to show my code here first to get tips on how to improve what I already have: ...
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Switching between view controllers that are loaded in the background

I have a dining menu app that scrapes the data from a website and redisplays it in a mobile format, displayed below: If the user swipes left and right, the app will show the previous/next meal (ex. ...
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Sum up all my web requests and make them static [closed]

Context: I'm currently developing an iOS app in C#. I have different view controllers and sometimes also another view controller needs to make the same web request. I don't want to hold a reference ...
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Segue between view controllers using NIB files

I'm learning how to develop for iOS and I want to begin with nib's before storyboard to get a better understanding. I just set up 3 view controllers: ...
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Closure as UIControlEvents handler

I'm expanding the functionality of this SO answer. Mainly I'm focusing on: You can add as many handlers as you want. You can remove (i.e. cancel) the handler. You can receive the ...
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Archiving data in file system for iOS

Being my first time archiving data to the file system, I would like to have my code reviewed. This simple test project works as expected, but I want to see if what I am doing is following best ...
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Pure Swift solution for socket programming

I have spend quite some time now to find out how exactly to do socket programming in Swift (Xcode 6.1). There are a few examples out there, but most of them no longer work for the latest release of ...
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Usage of MVVM in iOS [closed]

I'm an iOS developer and I'm guilty of having Massive View Controllers in my projects so I've been searching for a better way to structure my projects and came across the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) ...
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Subclass SKSpriteNode

I decided to subclass SKSpriteNode for a game test in Swift today and soon realised that it was not as simple as my Objective-C background suggested. After a little ...
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NSAssert or NSLog in defaults switch case

I am wondering if I should use NSLog(@"Switch out of range") or NSAssert(FALSE,@"Switch out of range"); in the following ...
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Consecutive animations

I'm new to Core Animations, I want to fade out two different layers one after another.I write them in a CATransaction block. I wonder if there is better approach to make such animations. ...
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Updating UITableView rows from Core Data

I am fetching or querying all the entries from my database (core-data) at three different times in my code, which I find to be an inefficient approach to writing the code. The method ...
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Creating view rects in loop

I don't use constraints or IB to create views so it's easier to create rects this way. Does it wrong totaly? ...
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Fetch plist file

I have a plist file with many nested dictionaries inside of it, and I wanna fetch them all to my code. Isn't there any more efficient way to do that than nested for-loops? ...
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Defining a simple function-calling operator

I have been writing Swift code for a while and have read a lot of tutorials about how functional paradigms can be applied to Swift. I defined a simple operator: ...
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UIScrollView Category utility function for auto sizing contentSize

I wanted a utility function on UIScrollView to automatically size the contentSize based on the content inside the scrollView. How is this? ...
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Error-handling #ifdefs for AFNetworking requests

I am using AFNetworking 1.4.3 to send and receive network messages in iOS. My application works slightly differently in DEBUG and RELEASE mode, so I need to use ...
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Correct Implementation of Custom UIView into ViewController Programatically

I am familiar with using scoreboards to construct UI elements in Xcode, but I am only beginning to learn how to make UI programmatically (with out storyboard). I wanted to know if this is the correct ...
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Turning JSON objects into custom NSObjects

Was advised to post this question here after posting to Stack Overflow. I'm pre-populating a UITableView app with data using a local JSON file. The JSON itself is very simple: ...
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Core Data model for test-taking iOS app

I'm building an iOS app for test-taking and I want to be sure of my model before proceeding. I found this post very helpful and tried to implement a simplified version for Core Data. Here are some ...
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Determine if a string has all unique characters

I'm practicing algorithms (for future interviews) while learning about Big O notation and was wondering if there's a faster or more optimal way of writing an algorithm to see if a string has all ...
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Road to MVC: the case of Settings Table View Controller

Now that I know that MVC can help do better code, I want to make my SettingsTableViewController class conform to it. ...
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Repurposing UITableView infinite scroll configuration/properties

Had my first go at implementing infinite scrolling for UITableView's in my iOS app last night, and I noticed I ended up copying/pasting quite a bit of boilerplate from one VC to the next (if I wanted ...
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Rewrite code from Objective-C to conform with Swift power tools and concise style

I started a project with Objective-C and rewrote it with Swift. The project contains two UITableViewControllers: MasterViewController and DetailViewController. ...
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Array from file

I have this code which is performed each time I click the 'show polygons' button. The problem is that it takes a few seconds to finish running through the code before actually drawing the polygons + ...
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Images viewer from URLs with download progress

I've created an imageViewer that will be initialized with a String array, and will download and show the images as needed. Alongside a review, could you give me a ...
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Keeping UI code DRY in iOS projects

I've subclassed UI button and used it in my View Controller's viewDidLoad method, like so: ...
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Thread-safe, in-memory LRU cache with a maximum item count of 10

I'm attempting to master LRU Caching. It must be thread safe, and it should preferably perform as well as web image-cache, (avg ~1MB). Please take a look to see if there's anything wrong, amiss, ...
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Model class for networking that uses notifications

I just finished a model class that represents an Instagram Networking client for my iOS app. I am specifically looking for a review of my use of static constants. These are strings that represent ...
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Clustering markers on Google map on zoom

I have a method that is getting called when someone zooms camera on the map (Google map). I recalculate the positions of markers of map and the code is clunky and not effective. I iterate over arrays ...
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UISegmentedControl with view-animation

I have create a UISegmentedControl and a view under it. The view under contains all a view for each segment. I am doing an animation when the segment is changing. ...
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iOS coding style

I am new to iOS development. I wrote this code, but the company said that this is bad architecture and is not acceptable. I want to improve this code. ...
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Showing a certain screen depending on a particular status

In this iOS app I'm working on, there are two landing screens shown to the user depending on a particular status. The screens are Login screen and Activate screen. Let me explain what this Activate ...
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A flashing ! exclamation ! point ! bar

I have this Objective-C code for use in an iOS app that makes a 'bar' on the screen, with a red exclamation mark that flashes in it at random places. Here's what it looks like: Header file: ...
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Passing Row Index of TableViewCell (custom) to another view controller [closed]

I have been trying to achieve the below requirements to get them working. Am I doing it the right way? We have a table with customised Cell (say: ...
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Potentially superfluous iOS interface system

I have written an interface system for iOS that allows interface elements to be moved around on the screen as actors move around on stage. It can operate within a ...
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Created 2 new classes to represent my backend service and persisted data in iOS app

I just created 2 model class for my iOS app: HALUserDefaults represents the persisted data in my app. It has the ability to both retrieve persisted data and store ...
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Calculating delta in SpriteKit using Swift

I am attempting to learn swift by refactoring one of my old games and I need to rewrite my update method which calculates a delta time. This code works but is ugly. ...
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Is it still necessary to check for a front camera?

I'm trying to clean up redundant old code, so I'm asking this general question. Since all iOS 7 devices have a front camera, would it be safe to remove the code to check if the device has a front ...
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Cleaned up a small MVC refactor in iOS app

I have a view controller on my app, where the user is shown a table view. The table view displays their address book contacts and allows the user to select any friends that they would like to invite ...
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Very small start to MVC refactor in iOS app

I started to refactor my app to MVC today. I wasted a lot of time because of simple mistakes. One was I kept trying to access the getter method inside of my custom getter method, which just causes ...