Swift 3: Twitter – Tweets String Formatting Tips And Tricks With NSAttributedString (Ep 9)
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Let’s turn our attention to further fleshing out the design for out Tweet cells today. We will accomplish this by introducing our second model object to the project: Tweet. This object will hold information such as User and the tweet message string.

To render out the text easily with one UITextView component, I’ll demonstrate how to use NSAttributedString to format our strings according to the designs. This is a really efficient way of reducing the amount of components that are inside your cell subviews.

Enjoy.

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8 Replies to “Swift 3: Twitter – Tweets String Formatting Tips And Tricks With NSAttributedString (Ep 9)”

  1. Can you do a tutorial on social networking app from scratch? Like adding users to database, following people, live time chat?

  2. Hi Brian! Nice series! Really encouraged me to switch from storyboards to writing everything in code. Are you planning to make a course on MVVM or VIPER patterns?

  3. Can anyone me out with this :

    In my project i have to the implement something similar to Medium APP.
    So, I have a UITextview and user add text as well as images.

    Thanks

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