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You could also use Automator. go here ----> https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT2488
Yes, turns out it is possible! Answered here: http://bit.ly/1K1umMb. Also here's someone actually doing it: http://blog.twocanoes.com/post/61728306777/the-rise-of-ibeacon - if you read the "Geofencing" section: "The app only has a few seconds to process this information before it is suspended (in our testing, the app is suspended after 5 to 10 seconds). ...
In order to compile multiple separate files (separate binaries as a result) You would need to create separate targets for every file. To add new target please choose: File -> New -> Target.., select for example Command Line Tool. Make sure it's properly added to Your project. Here's example: My main.cpp is added to target multiple_targets like this: My ...
What you describe as an error, it's not. That is the main queue where the program runs. You will see that queue every time you run a program.
I found this on stack overflow here @Collin Allen wrote: "I just stumbled across a way to disable cache in Safari on iOS: iOS Open Settings Navigate to Safari > Advanced Enable Web Inspector Switch back to Safari and load a web page Desktop Open Safari Navigate to Safari > Preferences > Advanced tab Enable the Develop menu In the Develop menu, ...
In an official Apple HIG there's the statement: When the user goes to a new level in a navigation hierarchy, two things should happen: The navigation bar title should change to the new level’s title, if appropriate. A back button should appear in the left end of the bar; it can be labeled with the previous level’s title if it adds value. I ...
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