[Solved] Android apps on ios

You can’t install android app on an ios device. Android and IOS are entirely different. They are different operating systems. For example, Facebook app runs on both android and ios but this doesn’t mean that they are same apps. They are developed differently. Ie two different app made ko run on different OS. solved Android … Read more

[Solved] Find a word after and before a string

that could be a really brief solution (=one of the many ones) to your problem, but the core concept would be something like that in every case. the input has some random values: let inputs = [“ab-0-myCoolApp.theAppAB.in”, “ab-0-myCoolAppABX.theAppAB.in”, “ab-0-myCoolAppABXC.theAppAB.in”] and having a regular expression to find matches: let regExp = try? NSRegularExpression(pattern: “-([^-]*?)\\.”, options: NSRegularExpression.Options.caseInsensitive) … Read more

[Solved] Changing background of cell in tableview behaves not as expected [closed]

When changing cell/textview backgorund color or any other attribute every seventh cell/textview also accepts changes. The Problem is due to re-usability of your UITableViewCell. Modify your -cellForRowAtIndexPath like this… Sample Code : -(UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath { static NSString *reuseIdentifier = @”MyCellType”; UITableViewCell *cell; //UITableViewCell *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:reuseIdentifier]; if(cell == nil) { /* … Read more

[Solved] objective c syntax: @property keyword [duplicate]

You can use the @property approach in conjunction with @synthesize to automatically generate getters and setters. That is the new way of doing things, it makes working with getters/setters a lot easier because you don’t have to write them yourself. The instance variable (which is defined between the braces, like in your example above) is … Read more

[Solved] How can I get all account info saved in iPhone?

Actually, you can’t do this. These Internet services have been built with the same security goals that iOS promotes throughout the platform. These goals include secure handling of data, whether at rest on the device or in transit over wireless networks; protection of users’ personal information; and threat protection against malicious or unauthorized access to … Read more