[Solved] Track Running Apps [closed]

This cannot be done. Apple is very restrictive when it comes to things like this. The way I understand it is this: Apple limits the API to your app (you can’t affect other apps or the OS in any major way-this stop malicious behaviour) Your app is ‘sandboxed’ meaning it’s on it’s own, it can’t … Read more

[Solved] Track Running Apps [closed]

Track running apps are a great way to stay motivated and track your progress as a runner. They provide a variety of features, such as tracking your distance, pace, and calories burned, as well as providing audio cues and feedback to help you stay on track. With so many different apps available, it can be … Read more

[Solved] How to disable a buttons in a custom cell?

You cannot use dequeue because the return cell is a new instance of the cell and not the cell displayed. Your are two way for change the button state. Transport your (IBACTION)method in your custom cell class and not in controller class and release legacy code. If you need to update data between CustomCell and … Read more

[Solved] How to disable a buttons in a custom cell?

Introduction Disabling buttons in a custom cell can be a tricky task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right approach, you can easily disable buttons in a custom cell. In this article, we’ll discuss the different methods you can use to disable buttons in a custom cell, as well as provide step-by-step instructions … Read more

[Solved] convert this code to swift [closed]

Your complete code in swift. func imagePickerController(picker: UIImagePickerController, didFinishPickingMediaWithInfo info: Dictionary) { self.videoURL = info[UIImagePickerControllerMediaURL] picker.dismissViewControllerAnimated(true, completion: nil) self.videoController = MPMoviePlayerController() self.videoController.contentURL = self.videoURL self.videoController.view.frame = CGRectMake(0,0,self.view.frame.size.width,460) self.view.addSubview(self.videoController.view) self.videoController.play() } 2 solved convert this code to swift [closed]

[Solved] Int Value from MainViewController to UIImageView Class [closed]

The answer given by JoeFryer is one idea or else you can also use NSNotificationCenter. It works as below. Put this in ImageviewController Tap Action. [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] postNotificationName:@”countUp” object:nil userInfo:nil]; Put this in MainViewController‘s ViewDidLoad method. [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter]addObserver:self selector:@selector(increaseCount) name:@”countUp” object:nil]; and also this method -(void)increaseCount{ //Here You can increase the count count++; } Hope … Read more

[Solved] XCODE Obj-C add UiimageView programatically in a for

You syntax is wrong. This is more what you need. for (int i=0;i<3;i++){ UIImageView *image=[[UIImageView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(i*50, 50, 250, 250)]; [self.view addSubView:image]; } However, this is not much use to you as your images are not referenced from anywhere so you can not populate or adjust them easily. 3 solved XCODE Obj-C add UiimageView programatically … Read more

[Solved] UIImage IBAction Segue? [closed]

You can use remove all the subviews and attach new subviews if you really don’t want to use UINavigationController, but I advise against it. You can use navigation controller without exposing anything to the user. They don’t have to know you’re using one. If you want to attach actions to an image, it’s better to … Read more

[Solved] Generating a list of Strings in Obj C [closed]

I cannot possibly imagine how yielding the string image5image4image3image2image1.jpg in string3 in your “answer” to your own question could be construed as useful or a solution (I pasted your code into an Xcode Foundation tool project w/NUMIMAGES set to 5). It seems that Objective C jumps thru hoops to make seemingly simple tasks extremely difficult. … Read more

[Solved] Access Data Variable from one class in another class

In SecondViewController.h @property (nonatomic, copy) NSString *textblah; In FirstViewController.m #import “SecondViewController.h” // where you want to store value SecondCiewController *secondViewController = [[SecondViewController alloc] init]; secondViewController.textblah = stringToStore; // and [self.navigationController push:secondViewController animated:YES]; // You can log the set value with to check whether it was successful or not. NSLog(@”textblah: %@”, textblah); For complete understanding of … Read more

[Solved] Run xcode ios project on Android

I’ve never used any system to migrate apps between platforms. I code them natively if needed, adjusting UI/UX as expected between platforms. Having said this, for what I’ve heard in a conference where some guys from Apportable explained. They are slowly building up their system. But, as you can imagine, it’s not that easy. On … Read more