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UILabel that acts as a progress bar, check the Pixplicity Authenticator app to see an example (Android here, iOS currently not yet). Simply add a
UILabel to your view through the Xcode interface builder and subclass it to
LoaderUILabel. Or programmatically add it to your view.
Use the following code to retrieve the
NSmanagedObjectContext from the default Coredata implementation:
Keychain is normally used to simply store credentials. This snippet illustrates a workaround to store
entire objects in the keychain and supply them with a persistent ref to have a direct reference to
Implementing CoreData in your iOS app and CRUD’ing data.
Getting the version string and the build number, in Objective-C, Swift, and C# (Xamarin)
Respond to the appearing and disappearing of the keyboard and also dismiss it by ‘outside’ taps in similar fashion to Android.
Simply add another file to your project dedicated to the following
When following the instructions here, there are a few instructions unclear or slightly outdated. You should end up with an
AppDelegate class similar to this:
In your child project, add a new target by going into the project properties, clicking the
+ icon and picking Cross-platform > Other > Aggregate.