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Apple has stopped accepting new apps with UIWebView, my app had some usage and was removed then I updated the FB sdk and it was removed there yet my build is getting rejected,
Contacted apple support they guided me to
grep -R UIWebView * on the xcarchive
when I run the command I get the following result which is confusing to me, how to remove UIWebView from DSYM files or what is the correct course of action please
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 19:09
After deep search into pods turns out googleSignin needed to be updated the issue was Google didn't clarify at which version they dropped UIWebKit
I use UIView as alert view in my app, and i want to show it as banner on top of screen, when device is not connected to internet. So my issue that this view appears under my nav bar, how can i bring it to front ? I've tried to us UIApplication.shared.keyWindow! and add my backgroundView as subview to it, but it causes other issues.
This is my alert view class: I'll provide all class, but my realisation is in show() method....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 11:06
Since you have a navigation controller and do not wish to add this view to the window directly, I can offer the following idea which could work.
Your UIViewController is contained with the UINavigationController so if you add the alert to your UIViewController, you will notice it below the UINavigationBar.
You could instead show the alert from your UINavigationController instead with the following changes.
func show(viewController: UIViewController) in your
class ConnectionAlertView: UIView I changed the following line:
I faced weird issue while handling
I Created simple custom UICollectionViewCell, which has only one
There's default placeholder image for Cell's
imageView and updating
collectionView(_:cellForItemAt:). But When image is set, all subview of cell disappears:
(Cells are not disappear at same time because downloading & setting image is async)
Note: Sample data I used is not wrong (Same data works for TableView in same app)
Why this happens and how can I fix it?
this is Sample data I used:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 11:31
Although I am not sure, Because collection view cells are being reused the init of cells only gets called at the first time, not the time when image data is getting loaded from the server.
Try moving your layout-related code(specifically adding subviews and constraining them) in a different method of the cell and call it every time image gets loaded.
question: I set several breakpoints inside the function of tableView. However the Xcode didn't execute the code inside the tableView. please tell me how to fix these. I'm new to learn about IOS development and I'm trying to write a demo of Tweeter show page. Looking forward for responses!
Here is code of extension UITablewViewDataSource:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 07:01
Add something like:
I'm a bit stuck. I have a custom
UIView which contains a timer and an
UIImageView, that timer fires at a constant interval and changes the image from an array of images. This custom view works fine and is performant when I embed it within any other
UIView. It changes images at the prescribed speed and doesn't have any issues. It works as I'd like.
This exact same view however, when placed inside a
UITableVieCell that looks like the below, renders only the first image and does not change. I have confirmed that the timer is firing, and the the image view is changing its image under the hood by printing the reference to the
UIImageView.image. That is to say, that when embedded within a
UITableViewCell, my custom
UIView is firing its timer and the
UIImageView within this custom view, thinks it is changing its image. This leads me to believe that this is a display issue and not a data setting issue.
As a result, here is what have tried:
- I've tried wrapping it in
- Adding a delegate so that my
tableView.reloadData()when the timer is fired
- Removing the setter of
Custom Cell Below...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 12:06
It appears that this is a bug on the iOS 15 simulator on M1 processors. The code functions perfectly on a real device but not on a simulator. I intend to file a radar for this.
I have created a custom view of checkbox / radio button that animates when checked and unchecked. Problem is when I embed the custom view to a stackView that is .equalSpacing the button cannot be tapped anymore, my guess is the borderView(which has the tap gesture) shrink too small so it cannot be tapped.
Strange though is the borderView can be still be seen even if it really shrunk.
If it is .fillEqually and .fillProportionally it works properly.
I am using SnapKit for arranging constraints.
Let me know if I should paste the whole code here.Custom View ...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-13 at 17:44
I managed to fix this by adding intrinsicContentSize in Custom View
and adding invalidateIntrinsicContentSize() everytime the view should be updated. In my case it was in handleTapGesture
I have two UITextFields in UITableViewCell, I want to check when the
resignFromFirstResponder and both
secondTextField empty, It will show a warning label. Please take a look at my code below.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-30 at 10:57
you can easily achive it by using textfield delegate
confirm to delegates first
I'm adding a TapGestureRecognizer to an UIImageView at my custom TableViewCell but it's not calling its action. When I tap on the Image, it triggers the didSelectRowAt delegate method of tableview. I am not using any storyboard or .xib. I have done this a thousand times with UI created via .xib with no problems, but I don't understand why programmatically this does not work. Any idea?
At my custom TableViewCell:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-05 at 12:02
You need to add the subView (favButton) to the cell's contentView rather than the view itself
I'm having a hard time setting my
tableView height according to it's content. My cells have dynamic heights and if I hard code an height for my table view I'm able to see that they are fine. Now my problem is:
My table view doesn't resize at the correct height according to my cells
If I do not set a static height for the table view, the cells are not rendered
BONUS ISSUE: I use SnapKit to make constraints and when I remake constraints to fit my table view height according to content size, it fires
viewDidLoadas many times as I have cells*
All things being said here is some code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-08 at 13:16
Try following :
- Declare a variable inside your
UIViewControllersubclass like this.
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