kandi X-RAY | SkeletonView Summary
kandi X-RAY | SkeletonView Summary
Features • Guides • Installation • Usage • Miscellaneous • Contributing. Today almost all apps have async processes, such as API requests, long running processes, etc. While the processes are working, usually developers place a loading view to show users that something is going on. SkeletonView has been conceived to address this need, an elegant way to show users that something is happening and also prepare them for which contents are waiting.
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This is the full warning I get:
Multiple targets match implicit dependency for linker flags '-framework GTMSessionFetcher'. Consider adding an explicit dependency on the intended target to resolve this ambiguity. (in target 'Wishlists' from project 'Wishlists')
What is the reason for this and how can I resolve it? This also leads to this error.
I have a Main-App and a ShareExtension.
This is my
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-10 at 11:34
This happens when a Podfile has multiple targets, each of which has an implicit dependency on another pod.
The solution is to make that dependency explicit, at the top level. In your case, that means inserting the following:
I have an API call to list tasks from the database. Now I can able to retrieve tasks and loaded in the collection view. When tap creates a new task button, I will fill the form and save it to the database. When going back to the task list it will hit API and list old tasks with new tasks. But, In my, it shows duplicate tasks too.
For Example:- My task array [task1, task2, task3] but the result [task1, task2, task3, task 3, task 1]
Here is my code for the API call....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-15 at 08:42
Try to replace your method with this one
Inside my project I have a
shareExtension and I need to install a
pod for it.
I tried it like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-27 at 00:10
I found the bug.. I deleted
use frameworks! by accident from my
podfile inside the Main Project. I added it again and also had to add it to the
ShareExtension and now it is working.
I'm trying to center a custom UIView in a UITableViewCell. Something fairly basic imo. I used this code to create the UIView, I found it here on stackoverflow:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-14 at 15:35
I have to implement the skeleton effect on a Objective-C project. I found many libraries on Objc but they did not perform what I want to do. I found this Swift library -- https://github.com/Juanpe/SkeletonView. I made it work with any UIView using bridging header with this extension.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-20 at 18:29
The short answer is you cannot. Swift can generate objective C compatible thunks if you use the
@objc attribute, but while Swift is aware of Objective C, Objective C is not otherwise aware of Swift. You can solve this problem by writing a Swift ViewController that conforms to your protocol and then mark the entire class as
objc. This way your objective C class can override all of the methods that actually implement the Swift protocol without actually knowing about the Swift protocol.
Currently I'm working on an iOS application in swift. In my application I'm using FacebookShare pods(FBSDKCoreKit 4.46.0) for sharing contents to the Facebook. For that I was used FBSDKSharingDelegate. Today I updated the pod to FBSDKCoreKit to 5.6.0. After updating I got some suggestion in my code like
'FBSDKSharingDelegate' has been renamed to 'SharingDelegate'
So I changed it to SharingDelegate, also I changed in my code. But now its showing another error,
Redundant conformance of 'ProductDetailViewController' to protocol 'SharingDelegate'
I searched in google, and I didn't get any solution. Please help me.
These are the protocols I'm used in that ViewController class...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-23 at 14:07
According Facebook Documentation,
SharingDelegate protocol in it's current version has only three functions:
I am trying to convert swift code in following...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-16 at 16:21
It all depends on the version of Swift you are using.
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