155th Day As An iOS Developer - Stackoverflow Is Addictive

My Current Reputation On Stackoverflow

April 20, 2016 - 155th Day As An iOS Developer

WEDNESDAY - I got nothing to share about my work for today because I did nothing important in the office but learned so many things. Even though I am not good in iOS yet, answering questions on Stackoverflow becomes more and more addictive. I am helping the others solve their problems and I am learning things at the same time.

I just love the feeling when the one who posted a question selected your answer as the answer of the post. Take a look at this SO Question about Fabric. The only answer and the selected answer came from yours truly. Integrating Crashlytics and other Frameworks of Fabric is easy by the way. So the question is just about Crashlytics. The OP (or the TS - topic starter) was wondering if he can use and integrate Crashlytics to his project without importing the Fabric framework. I answered him no because Crashlytics is under the Fabric framework, that's the straight answer. No more, no less.

The OP had a follow up question. The Fabric has many Frameworks like Digits, MoPub, and etc... He asked how to remove those since he needs to import the Fabric itself. I told him that he does not need to worry about that. I learned in Harvard's iOS subject lecture video that the #import statement is smart enough to determine what part of a framework is or are needed in your project. While the #include in C programming language will literally import all the stuff to your program.

I just love the community in SO. Learning is constant and is never ending, if you want to know another way to have fun in programming while learning, go to Stackoverflow and join the helping community.


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