If you need to display rich text in your iOS application, the easiest way is to use a UIWebView for this. If you have only one or two links in a text, activating link detection in a UITextView might be the fastest way. However, you not always want to display the full link to the user or you might want to structure the text with headings or colors etc. In all these cases, the UIWebView gives you the full power of HTML.
Since integrating the UIWebView is not straight forward for all features, you can find here a summary on how to accomplish this.
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If you transition between two views using an animation e.g. by using the method + transitionFromView:toView:duration:options:completion:, it might be that the animation looks fine if the interface orientation is the standard orientation, e.g.UIInterfaceOrientationPortrait. However, in upside down orientation it can be that the content is displayed correctly, but the transition animation looks like it is not rotated.
The reason for this behavior is that you are trying to transition between subviews of the root view. However, although the coordinate system of the subviews are correctly rotated so that they are displayed in the correct orientation, the root view itself is not rotated. Therefore, the animation on this view is also not rotated.
A possible solution to this problem is to add a new subview into your root view ( with the same size) and move all existing subviews to this new subview so that they are no longer direct children of the root view. Your animated transition is then not applied to the root view but to the new subview and it is therefore correctly rotated.
If you submit your app to iTunes Connect and shortly afterwards you get back an email from the iTunes store stating that your app has the problem of an invalid signature, here is a possible solution for this problem.
- Select the target you want to submit and go to the „Build Settings“ tab.
- Locate the category „Code Signing“.
- In this category you set the „Code Signing Identity“ for the Release configuration to „iPhone Distribution“.
The screenshot below might help you: