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Feb
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comment How do I load an HTTP URL with App Transport Security enabled in iOS 9?
Understood. This seems like the kind of issue beginners may search about, see the suggestion to allow arbitrary loads, and follow without thinking about any consequences. With the solution to allow arbitrary loads for any app release, it's up to Apple to reject the app. Having different settings for different build configurations could lead to someone having the app working during development, but the archived build could be broken. I'm unable to remove my downvote, but if you edit the answer with some potential pitfalls of option 1 I'd be happy to un-downvote it.
Feb
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comment How do I load an HTTP URL with App Transport Security enabled in iOS 9?
I would strongly advise against option 1 because it could hide issues that will bite you in your production app (for example, if you are using 3rd party non-secure domains).
Dec
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awarded Good Answer
Dec
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comment iOS 7: Custom Back Indicator Image Position
This seems to work for vertical positioning, but not horizontal positioning. How do I adjust the horizontal positioning?
Oct
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awarded Notable Question
Aug
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awarded Great Answer
Jun
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awarded Yearling
Jun
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answered Two view controllers, one view?
Jun
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comment Rounding corner causes top edge to blur
This was mostly correct. I knew that the frame of my button was composed of integers. However, it was contained within a table view cell whose height was not composed of integers. Fixing the cell height fixed the issue.
Jun
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accepted Rounding corner causes top edge to blur
Jun
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asked Rounding corner causes top edge to blur
May
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comment What's NSLocalizedString equivalent in Swift?
The only issue with this is that you won't be able to use the genstrings utility to generate your .strings files.
Mar
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awarded ios
Dec
22
comment Removing a view controller from UIPageViewController
Would probably be improved by adding completion(finished); in an else block for if (finished) to make sure your completion block gets called.
Dec
3
awarded Popular Question
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awarded Investor
Sep
3
comment Using resource files in NDK
This answer got me along the right path. What I ended up doing was adding a line to Android.mk to copy the file to the app's Assets folder. When the app launches I copy this file to the SD card, and finally pass in that path to my CPP function. I did it this way so that it's not compressed, and I wanted to be able to access it using the file access methods within my CPP library rather than modifying it for NDK-specific file access.
Sep
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accepted Using resource files in NDK
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asked Using resource files in NDK
Jul
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comment How to scroll a UITableView to the tableFooterView
This assumes that the tableFooterView will either always be a direct subview of tableView or that it sits at the origin of any intermediate views. While this might work now, there are no guarantees that the tableView subview hierarchy will stay the same in future iOS versions.
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