Create a Private Extension in Private Header file "Class_A_Private.h" (you can name the private header whatever you want).
If you need to know the UUID associated with your iOS application there's a neat trick you can do to get it:
$> mdls -name com_apple_xcode_dsym_uuids -raw "$APP_NAME.app.dSYM" | grep -e \" |...
Make sure your libzbar.a contains all the architectures you needed in your project. You may need following to build for device and simulator:
armv7 armv7s arm64 i386 x86_64
You can test this...
There is following API present in NSArray:
- (void)enumerateObjectsUsingBlock:(void (^)(id obj, NSUInteger idx, BOOL *stop))
This tip was originally posted on Stack Overflow.
The link you mentioned is Sandbox APNS link. Production APNS link is as per Apple documentation is:
You access the production environment at gateway.push.apple.com,
outbound TCP port...
"MyProject-Swift.h" file is generated at following path:
I end up adding this to Header Search Paths for my Unit Test target.