I'd counter claim that there's no designated initializer for
uiviewcontroller, because apple found objectivec inconvenient at this point
;). Makes the rest of it kind of pointless IMHO - you vs apple, apple will
As a quick hack, of course, they "fixed" the "don't specify filenames" part
when they made "nil" a valid filename. For me personally thats ugly but
bearable as a workaround.
(similarly, with coredata, I ignore apples very annoying source code
examples that do:
[Nsentitydescription entityWithName:@"MyClass" ...
Instead do the infinitely more safe (and easier! Autocomplete for the win!):
[Nsentitydescription entityWithName:Nsstringwithclass([MyClass class]) ...
Since Xcode still doesn't support refactoring, this approach saves a lot of
Side note: anyone else find it funny that apple generates "initwithnibname"
methods for every VC in a Storyboard app - even though storyboards by
definition avoid that method entirely - and doesn't generate the method
they actually use? Much fun for Developers there :)
Some Mississippi's due to Apple's poor autocorrect
On 25 May 2012, at 10:11, Will Johnston <willjohns...@me.com> wrote:
What do you think of this approach? Agree?
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