October 13, 2015 - 28th Day As An iOS Developer With No Experience
TUESDAY - Ah! Another post for my daily blogs. We all know that most people (including I), love Thursdays, Fridays, up to Sundays, but not Mondays to Wednesdays. I have nothing special to share for today except my tutorials, yes! I finally have the time to post tutorials.
So here are the things that I’ve learned today:
Just click the links to check our these tutorials.
1. Animation of UITextFields in easy way when Keypad is present
2. Encountered and solved PNG Copy Error: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17721177/copypngfile-error
3. Adding Version and Build to storyboard: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3015796/how-to-programmatically-display-version-build-number-of-target-in-ios-app
4. Requesting HTTP POST using AFNetworking library
Among these stuffs that I've learned, the most interesting was the AFNetworking. I was happy too when I learned the dismissal of the Keypad and animation of the UITextFields when Keypad is present.
Let's now discuss what AFNetworking is and the power it can provide to your iOS or MacOS applications. AFNetworking is an open source library that lets you and your app to connect to specific APIs. Here's the description of the library from its GitHub Repository:
AFNetworking is a delightful networking library for iOS and Mac OS X. It's built on top of the Foundation URL Loading System, extending the powerful high-level networking abstractions built into Cocoa. It has a modular architecture with well-designed, feature-rich APIs that are a joy to use.
Perhaps the most important feature of all, however, is the amazing community of developers who use and contribute to AFNetworking every day. AFNetworking powers some of the most popular and critically-acclaimed apps on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Choose AFNetworking for your next project, or migrate over your existing projects—you'll be happy you did!
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