davbryn

United Kingdom

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Age: 31

iPhone developer C++ Programmer

2d
answered Set UIControl's font to uppercase
2d
comment Will images be removed from within the local filesystem on update in iOS?
Yeah, it actually has sections for both OS (I linked you to the iOS section)
2d
comment Will images be removed from within the local filesystem on update in iOS?
Yes, that should be fine. See developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/FileManagement/… for all your options
2d
answered Will images be removed from within the local filesystem on update in iOS?
Jan
23
answered Memory issue generated in iPad because data receiving very lengthy
Jan
22
revised App crashed with message "terminated due to memory error"
Jan
22
comment App crashed with message "terminated due to memory error"
@HermannKlecker Incorrect on both counts: Autorelease will free up the memory as long as it is within the loop and nothing else is holding a reference. I've expanded in the answer as my code messed up here
Jan
22
answered App crashed with message "terminated due to memory error"
Jan
20
comment convert hard code nsstring to nsdate
Remember to remove 'st, 'nd', 'rd' as well as 'th' for all the ordinals. (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc). Also, watch out for doing a straight [NSString stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString] on it since 'August' ends with 'st'
Jan
17
answered UILabel text updating with NSTimer but not while touch/dragging UITableView (gif example)
Jan
17
answered accessing arrays within NSMutabale array
Oct
25
comment Convert std::string to uint16_t*
This code snippet alone would make me move to a different language. That is not pretty
Oct
22
revised Updating a value in an NSMutable Array
added 245 characters in body
Oct
22
answered Updating a value in an NSMutable Array
Oct
14
comment [_NSArrayM objectAtIndex:]: index 4294967295 beyond bounds [0..1]
That's your problem - you can't call objectAtIndex with a negative value.
Oct
14
revised [_NSArrayM objectAtIndex:]: index 4294967295 beyond bounds [0..1]
added 249 characters in body
Oct
10
answered What is a deprecated push segue? (iOS 8)
Oct
7
comment UITableView dismisses keyboard on reloadData in one place, but not in another?
If you use the subclass in both places and then compare the stack traces it will hopefully become apparent - I've not seen this happen myself unfortunately
Oct
6
answered [_NSArrayM objectAtIndex:]: index 4294967295 beyond bounds [0..1]
Oct
6
answered UITableView dismisses keyboard on reloadData in one place, but not in another?
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