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kandi X-RAY | SwiftLocation Summary
It's pretty easy to use; all the features are accessible through the SwiftLocation object. Each feature creates and adds to a pool manager a new request (conforms to RequestProtocol protocol) object you can use to get the results or fine-tuning its configuration.
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I am using FCM to create and send push notifications for my iOS app.
iPhone X running iOS 13.3
- Firebase 6.14.0
- FirebaseMessaging 4.1.10
- FirebaseInstanceID 4.2.8
Prior to running into an issue, I had setup my app to be able to receive notifications when the app was in both the background and the foreground. Very happy with myself I committed the code. After this point I have been unable to receive notifications in the foreground OR the background. Regardless of using whether the notification is sent from Cloud Messaging dashboard or POSTMAN, I receive a successful response but the notification never appears.
At first I thought I may have hit the notification quota but it is now 2 days post fact.
To troubleshoot I have tried:
- Uninstalled and re-installed the app (Which refreshes the device token)
- Downloaded a fresh GoogleService-Info.plist and replaced existing
- Checked that bundle id's etc all match
- Updated firebase pods to latest (FirebaseMessaging was at 4.1.9 if that helps)
Messaging.messaging().shouldEstablishDirectChannel = true
- Removed and Re-added the needed capabilities
FirebaseAppDelegateProxyEnabledto both YES and NO
shouldEstablishDirectChannel = true
useMessagingDelegateForDirectChannel = true
- Moved some logic from didFinishLaunchingWithOptions() to applicationDidBecomeActive()
Note: This is the unaltered code that originally worked for me.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-09 at 20:34
I was able to resolve the issue by moving
I'm trying to run a UI Test in my app but as soon as the simulator launches I get:
The bundle “AppUITests” couldn't be loaded because it is damaged or missing necessary resources. Try reinstalling the bundle.
2018-10-05 11:04:59.772078-0500 AppUITests-Runner[53273:1645870] (dlopen_preflight(/Users/John/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/app-ios-client-ewtlrcqcxoeiaudgmthymuhcuxfz/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/AppUITests-Runner.app/PlugIns/AppUITests.xctest/AppUITests): Library not loaded: @rpath/libswiftSwiftOnoneSupport.dylib Referenced from: /Users/John/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/app-ios-client-ewtlrcqcxoeiaudgmthymuhcuxfz/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/AppUITests-Runner.app/PlugIns/AppUITests.xctest/Frameworks/Alamofire.framework/Alamofire Reason: image not found)
My UITest is the template created by Xcode 10, I'm using Cocoapods 1.5.3 and Swift 4.2
My project structure:
- Custom Framework (The Podfile is here)
- App A (Here I'm running the UITests)
- App B
My podfile looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-05 at 17:21
I fixed it by changing that target in my podfile to this:
Okay, I really need your help on this. I am loading a number of elements from firebase lets say 4. These elements are being loaded in a collectionView. Once I reach the bottom of the collection view it should fire off another pagination request or fetch more data however it never does. It always goes to my else statement which lets me know that the pagination did not happen.
Included is my code for my main view controller...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-26 at 18:35
There is a lot of code in the question, so I may not be on the right track, but I do want to help and I have a theory. Right now you're checking to see if you're on the last item in the
collectionView like this:
if indexPath.section >= allEvents.count - 1
If you print
indexPath.section, I bet it will always be the same. Probably always 0 because your
collectionView only has one section. Instead try:
if indexPath.item >= allEvents.count - 1
That should return the number of the item instead of the section the item is in.
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