Tag Archives: iOS

Keeping Track of Moved TableViewCells

Some tableviews require users to be able to edit the cell’s row position. Easily done by enabling the -(void) tableView:(UITableView *)tableView commitEidtingStyle:(UITableViewCellEditingStyle)editingStyle forRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath delegate of UITableView.

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Swift 3.0 Working With Sets

What a relief today! I had to be able to add an array of elements of an array, and then later, if so chosen by the user, remove an from the resultant array. How could I do this efficiently (fast and with a minimum of code)?

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Shell Script to Test Last Git Commit

In developing a solid Continuous Integration system, I’ve had to learn many important and useful bash script tricks. Here’s one to test the name of the last committer.

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Deprecate an obsolete method in Pod

At work yesterday, I learned a cool method for letting other engineers know about the deprecated state of a particular method. We use privately created and supported Cocoapods to offer software modules, maintained by us, for use by the various and sundry corporate properties. Access to the Cocoapods private repository is good enough to earn access to our software modules (pods).

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ITMS-90164 and ITMS-90046

These annoying errors when uploading to Apple App Store can be avoided.

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