By definition a segue can’t really exist independently of a storyboard. It’s even there in the name of the class: UIStoryboardSegue. You don’t create segues programmatically – it is the storyboard runtime that creates them for you. You can normally call performSegueWithIdentifier: in your view controller’s code, but this relies on having a segue already […]
When I run the code below, the method rowControllerAtIndex of WKInterfaceTable returns nil.
RowControllerTypeLabel *theRow = ;
To solve you have to set the row controller’s identifier in the Attributes inspector:
I’m currently using Cordova 3.0 to develop an iOS App in XCode. The app builds and runs fine in the emulator and also on the testing devices.
The problem appears when I try to archive the app for distribution. The archive fails with the following message:
CDVViewController.h file not found.
To solve you have to add this lines […]
– (NSString*)concatenateStrings:(NSString*)string, …
NSString* result = string;
while((arg = va_arg(args,NSString*)))
result = ;
Al cual llamaremos usando:
NSString* result = […]