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hemangshah / LoginErrorHandling.playground
Created Dec 24, 2018
Trying to implement the best way to handle custom errors through in a login flow (as an example).
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import UIKit
// ---- [LoginManager.swift] ---- starts
enum LoginError: Error {
case minUserNameLength(String), minPasswordLength(String), invalidUserName(String), invalidPassword(String)
}
enum LoginResult {
case result([String: Any])
}
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hemangshah / AppDelegate.swift
Created Dec 12, 2018
Managing Local & Remote Notifications from different classes
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// [START receive_message]
func application(_ application: UIApplication, didReceiveRemoteNotification userInfo: [AnyHashable: Any]) {
// If you are receiving a notification message while your app is in the background,
// this callback will not be fired till the user taps on the notification launching the application.
// TODO: Handle data of notification
// With swizzling disabled you must let Messaging know about the message, for Analytics
// Messaging.messaging().appDidReceiveMessage(userInfo)
// Print full message.
print(userInfo)
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hemangshah / NetworkMonitor.swift
Created Apr 15, 2018
NetworkMonitor can be used to check for the Internet Connection
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import UIKit
import Reachability
class NetworkMonitor {
static let shared = NetworkMonitor()
internal var isNetworkAvailable : Bool {
get {
return networkStatus != .none
}
}
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hemangshah / MyLabel.swift
Created Aug 24, 2017
Observe Text changes in UILabel in Swift
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class MyLabel: UILabel {
var textWillChange:((_ oldText: String?)->())? = nil
var textDidChange:((_ newText: String?)->())? = nil
override var text: String? {
willSet {
if textWillChange != nil {
textWillChange!(self.text)
}
}
didSet {
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hemangshah / StackPlayground.playground
Last active Aug 10, 2017
This is the demonstration of Stack in Swift. I have used the default functions to handle the Stack operations.
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//: Playground - noun: a place where people can play
import Foundation
class Stack {
static let list = Stack.init()
private var items = Array<Any>()
internal var limit = 5
//MARK: Push