[Solved] How to detect if iPhone is in motion? [closed]

You should look into getting the data from the accelerometer. Here is an example of, how you could retrieve the information. let motionManager = CMMotionManager() if motionManager.isAccelerometerAvailable { let queue = OperationQueue() motionManager.startAccelerometerUpdates(to: queue, withHandler: { data, error in guard let data = data else { return } print(“X = \(data.acceleration.x)”) print(“Y = \(data.acceleration.y)”) print(“Z … 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

[Solved] How do I turn an int into a float? [closed]

NSNumber *yourNumber = [NSNumber numberWithInt: SliderMaximum]; float yourFloat = [yourNumber floatValue]; and you don’t need a pointer to int, it’s useless, computationally allocate a pointer and write inside address pointer to int is same as allocate a int and write int in it. 2 solved How do I turn an int into a float? [closed]

[Solved] Hide custom cell image

Create UITableViewCell.h and .m file. Create some variable like UILabel and UIImageView object in files and make it IBOutlet and bind them with cell .xib file. Inside UITableView implementation, and in “cellForRowAtIndexPath” you can use that custom UITableViewCell class object and use that synthesize variable of UILable and UIImageView and use it to show or … Read more