I'm new to iOS and, Objective-C and the whole MVC paradigm and I'm stuck with the following: I have a view that acts as a data entry form and I want to give the user the option to select multiple pro...
I am struggling with subviews that have their own UIViewControllers. I have a UIViewController with a view (light pink) and two buttons on a toolbar. I want blue view to display when the first butto...
Could you explain me the correct manner to manage the UIViewController lifecycle? In particular, I would like to know how to use Initialize, ViewDidLoad, ViewWillAppear, ViewDidAppear, ViewWillDisapp...
How do I programmatically set the InitialViewController for a Storyboard? I want to open my storyboard to a different view depending on some condition which may vary from launch to launch.
Is there a built-in way to get from a UIView to its UIViewController? I know you can get from UIViewController to its UIView via [self view] but I was wondering if there is a reverse reference?
I've run into a couple of cases now where it would be convenient to be able to find the "topmost" view controller (the one responsible for the current view), but haven't found a way to do it. Basical...
I have a tabbar application, with many views. Is there a way to know if a particular UIViewController is currently visible from within the UIViewController? (looking for a property)
Explaining difference between automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets, extendedLayoutIncludesOpaqueBars, edgesForExtendedLayout in iOS7
I have been reading a lot about iOS7 UI transition. I am not able to get what these three properties automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets, extendedLayoutIncludesOpaqueBars, edgesForExtendedLayout?? ...
Issue I started taking a look of the new Swift on Xcode 6, and I tried some demo projects and tutorials. Now I am stuck at: Instantiating and then presenting a viewController from a specific storybo...
I have two view controllers, firstViewController and secondViewController. I am using this code to switch to my secondViewController (I am also passing a string to it): secondViewController *second =...