Label Alignment in iOS 6 – UITextAlignment deprecated

Label Alignment in iOS 6 – UITextAlignment deprecated

trafficLB.textAlignment = NSTextAlignmentCenter;

#ifdef NSTextAlignmentCenter // iOS6 and later
#   define kLabelAlignmentCenter    NSTextAlignmentCenter
#   define kLabelAlignmentLeft      NSTextAlignmentLeft
#   define kLabelAlignmentRight     NSTextAlignmentRight
#   define kLabelTruncationTail     NSLineBreakByTruncatingTail
#   define kLabelTruncationMiddle   NSLineBreakByTruncatingMiddle
#else // older versions
#   define kLabelAlignmentCenter    UITextAlignmentCenter
#   define kLabelAlignmentLeft      UITextAlignmentLeft
#   define kLabelAlignmentRight     UITextAlignmentRight
#   define kLabelTruncationTail     UILineBreakModeTailTruncation
#   define kLabelTruncationMiddle   UILineBreakModeMiddleTruncation
#endif

Hide tab bar item TabBarController in ios

If you want to get the items of the tabBar rearranged you have to remove the controller from the controllers list, not hide it. You can use this code to achieve this:

NSMutableArray *controllers = [NSMutableArray arrayWithArray:self.tabBarController.viewControllers];
[controllers removeObjectAtIndex:3];
[self.tabBarController setViewControllers:controllers animated:YES];

Categories and Extensions

A category allows you to add methods to an existing class—even to one for which you do not have the source. Categories are a powerful feature that allows you to extend the functionality of existing classes without subclassing. Using categories, you can also distribute the implementation of your own classes among several files. Class extensions are similar, but allow additional required APIs to be declared for a class in locations other than within the primary class @interface block.

Class extensions are like anonymous categories, except that the methods they declare must be implemented in the main @implementation block for the corresponding class. Using the Clang/LLVM 2.0 compiler, you can also declare properties and instance variables in a class extension.