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iOS Build a Self-Destructing Message iPhone App Retrieving and Viewing Data from Parse.com Viewing Images Using UIImageView

I am having trouble getting the inbox to push ImageViewController to the top of the stack?

I have tried deleting my ImageViewController, deleting the view controller from the storyboard and starting again and all my code lines up but I am still not able to get the didSelectRowAtIndex path to push the view to the top of the stack?

Here is my code:

-(void) tableView:(UITableView *)tableView didDeselectRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath { PFObject *message = [self.messages objectAtIndex:indexPath.row]; NSString *fileType = [message objectForKey:@"fileType"]; if ([fileType isEqualToString:@"image"]) { [self performSegueWithIdentifier:@"showImage" sender:self]; } else { }

I also have a image of my segue identifier


[update] Never Mind i just realized what I did, i wrote didDeselect instead of didSelect...... 2 hours of life wasted because of 2 letters... sigh[update]

2 Answers

You beat me to it!

didDeselectRowAtIndexPath is used here - I did the same thing when I did that course and it took me a while to figure out!!

Glad you're fixed!


Ya it drove me insane. I am a little trigger happy with auto-complete in XCode so I have learned to slow it down.