Apple (iOS/Mac OSX)

Navigation Help (Using Storyboard)

iOS Programming - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 12:35

This is driving me crazy and I can't seem to figure it out.

I'm trying to have both a navigation bar and a tab bar, and I think they are conflicting somehow.

From left to right in the screenshot, there's a splash screen, then the Leagues view (which will contain a table), and then a Players view which contains another table containing a list of players. The Players view will belong to a tab bar controller, along with a couple other views such as Settings that will be tied to the individual League selected.

On every tab, the user should see the back button (to Leagues) as it does now, so this part is correct.

However, on the Players VC, I want to add a right bar button item and it doesn't seem to allow me to do that. I also had a title added before I embedded the view into the tab bar controller that has now disappeared as well. Finally, I had a search bar for the Player view set up in code that also is no longer being added.

Am I going about this the wrong way?

Screenshot: https://imgur.com/QtJVlcu

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HPE Aruba's 510 line of campus routers support 802.11ax. Which in plain English is Wi-Fi 6, duh

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 12:30
Of course they've crammed some AI in there too

HPE Aruba today released a line of wireless routers supporting next year's 802.11ax/Wi-Fi 6 standard – and then immediately sullied them by applying the AI marketing buzzword.…

Does anyone have experience with refactoring an entire app vs. rebuilding it from the ground up?

iOS Programming - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 12:00

I have an app that I have been working on for a couple years now. When I began making it, I knew about 10% of what I know now about iOS, Swift, MVP, the BaaS, etc. Because of the difference between where I started and where I am now, it's pretty hard to move forward because of how much of a hunk of junk the underlying architecture/difference in code quality is.

Should I try to refactor the existing project are take a couple months and completely remake it?

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NetApp flashes plump figures. China trade worries? Let's manage 'variables within our control'

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:49
It's all about hyperconverged – no we're not breaking out those numbers

With one eye on uncertain currency movements and the developing US/ China trade war, NetApp reported a solid set of Q2 numbers, albeit figures that highlighted a slowdown in its monumental all-flash array sales growth.…

How do I check if the date has changed every time my app is opened?

iOS Programming - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:41

I'm trying to display some date when the current date changes. How can I check if the date has changed when the app is open. If the date isn't changed then there is no data presented. If the date has changed then display the data.

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A company is hiring me as a contractor to develop an app for them. How long should I offer them "free bug fixes" after it's done?

iOS Programming - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:29

I'm on good terms with the company, so I'm not worried about this, just wondering what's fair for me and for them. They are hiring me to create an app for them. I've already set my price and they gladly accepted it.

So I'm wondering how long I should offer free bug fixes after my product is delivered and they paid their price.

Obviously the app will go through QA Testing before it's accepted, but we all know that bugs like to appear even after a while everything seems fine.

So I feel like it would make sense that I offer free bug fixes for a period of time. Maybe a month? I'd be totally fine with that, but I want to know what's the standard practice in these cases because I never developed an app on contract before, just full time work until now.

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News: Apple ‘aggressively’ recruiting engineers on Qualcomm’s home turf

iLounge - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:12

Apple has posted several job listings for engineers in the San Diego area, Bloomberg reports, as part of what appears to be an aggressive move to draw talent to its own chip design team and away from rival Qualcomm, which has its U.S. operations based in that city. This marks the first time Apple has publicly recruited for these types of roles in the Southern California area, although as the report notes the company has a history of setting up chip…
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Google: Our DeepMind health slurp is completely kosher

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:10
Now go away, we’re saving the world

Analysis Google’s DeepMind operation insists UK patients have nothing to worry about now that Google has absorbed the subsidiary - but lawyers and privacy campaigners have raised doubts.…

Brexit: UK will be disconnected from EU databases after 2020

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 10:38
Commission will 'endeavour' to make an adequacy decision during transition period

The UK will be locked out of European Union databases once the Brexit transition period ends – but the UK is hoping a data adequacy decision will be adopted by the end of 2020.…

Want to make UITableViewCell act like button

iOS Programming - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 10:06

I’m making an app with Objective-C

In Setting app -> General, There is a shutdown button(UITableViewCell) which act like button. I want to make that, So I made a view with UITableView and Cells, I selected Grouped style for UITableView and Basic Style for UITableViewCell. But how can I make the cells as button like shutdown button in setting app? I’m new to Xcode with Storyboard.

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News: Apple now offering SIM-free version of iPhone XR in the U.S.

iLounge - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 10:01

Apple has begun offering the iPhone XR in the U.S. for purchase outright without a carrier contract, less than a month after the device initially went on sale. Apple normally launches new iPhone models in the U.S. only for purchase with specific carriers, presumably to prioritize availability for carrier partners and discourage people from purchasing iPhones for the express purpose of reselling them. While the iPhone XS actually was available SIM-free…
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Oz lad 'fell in love with' baby meerkat, nicked it from zoo, took it out for a romantic Big Mac

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 09:59
23-year-old fined $4,000, volunteers services for Perth Zoo, zoo says thanks but nah

Ever found yourself overcome by cuteness while gawping at sad, caged animals that you just had to take one home with you? Us neither, but that's exactly what 23-year-old Jesse Hooker did on a trip to Perth Zoo in Australia.…

OpenStack: We've seen the future, and it's metal (and infrastructure, natch)

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 09:20
No need to learn Mandarin, we collaborate in English

OpenStack Summit The OpenStack Foundation took to the stage in Berlin this week to talk infrastructure because, heck, everyone loves infrastructure, right? Especially open infrastructure.…

News: Daily Deal: Air Bud Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds 2.0

iLounge - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 09:00

In our iLounge Deal for today, we’re offering the Air Bud Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds 2.0 for only $36.99 — that’s 62% off the regular price. The Air Buds 2.0 are making wireless listening accessible to everyone! With state-of-the-art Bluetooth 4.2 tech, you can enjoy crisp audio with minimal bulk and without a huge dent in your wallet. Stay connected, enjoy your playlists, and stay trendy with these awesome, highly flexible earbuds.…
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iOS app developed

iOS Programming - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 08:21

Where can I get someone to develop an app for me?

I am no programmer but I think it's a good idea, and I am not sure if it can be done or not.

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Mi 8 Pro: Xiaomi early buyers wait for modern firmware

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 08:18
Xiaomi your underpants: When will the UK market get its branded undies?

Prospective phone buyers may want to wait before plumping for a new Xiaomi. The newcomer’s flagship ships with MUIU 9 firmware, which is stuck on 2017’s Android Oreo.…

Japanese cyber security minister 'doesn't know what a USB stick is'

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 07:35
Never uses computers because his peons do everything for him

In Blighty, we have former home secretary Amber "Necessary Hashtags" Rudd, but shockingly politicians' failure to grasp basic aspects of their brief is not limited to the UK.…

Creepy or super creepy? That is the question Mozilla's throwing at IoT Christmas pressies

The Register - Thu, 11/15/2018 - 07:03
'Tis the season to be tracked by your connected water bottle

The FREDI baby monitor has been ranked creepiest connected home gadget on offer this festive season in a survey by Mozilla.…

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