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iOS

felix flores
felix flores
850 Points

Implementation File -> 1 Issue -> Semantic Issue

Hello Everyone, My first app is ready to be submitted to apple store and is running properly, however when running the editor finds 1 issue in the implementation file. The issue says Semantic issue -> Incomplete Implimentation in the View Controller. Does any one possible help to get rid of this "warning" ? Do you guys know if I can upload it to app with this issue? Thanks

2 Answers

Dimitris Sotiris Tsolis
Dimitris Sotiris Tsolis
27,477 Points

Hello felix! This warning means that you didn't implement a method that you have declared into ViewController's header file or didn't implement a method non-optional method from a protocol. For example, if your ViewController conforms to the UITableViewDataSource protocol you have to implement tableView:cellForRowAtIndexPath: method for sure. Notice that this warning doesn't necessary mean that your app will crash or anything but that you just missed a method's implementation.

felix flores
felix flores
850 Points

Ohh I will check what I missed in my code. Thanks a lot