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iOS Build a Self-Destructing Message iPhone App Relating Users in Parse.com Removing Friends by Tapping on a Table View Cell

Dekel Zoaretz
Dekel Zoaretz
14,864 Points

what am I doing wrong here?

the task is : Finally, we need to save these changes up to the Parse back-end. The relation is part of the 'playlist' property, where 'playlist' is an instance of PFObject. Save 'playlist' in the background to save the changes to the relation (don't worry about using any blocks).

and my code is:

import "FavoriteMoviesViewController.h"

@implementation FavoriteMoviesViewController

  • (void)addVideoToPlaylist:(PFObject *)video { // Add custom code below! PFRelation *relation = [self.playlist relationforKey:@"videos"]; [relation addObject:video];

    [self.playlist saveInBackgroundWithBlock:^(BOOL succeeded, NSError *error){



2 Answers

Not sure if you are still looking for help on this one, but if so, you don't have to worry about using a block in this (they mention this in the directions). So you can just use the saveInBackground method to complete the challenge.

[self.playlist saveInBackground];

Dekel Zoaretz
Dekel Zoaretz
14,864 Points

Thank you :) I did that and it worked out fine.