Tag: ios

Keychain wrapper in objective-c

Computer users often have small secrets that they need to store securely. For example, most people manage numerous online accounts. Remembering a complex, unique password for each is impossible, but writing them down is both insecure and tedious. Users typically respond to this situation by recycling simple passwords across many accounts, which is also insecure.

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Method swizzling in Swift and ObjectiveC

Method Swizzling is the ability that Objective-C Runtime gives us, to switch the implementation of an existing selector at runtime. I came across an article in NSHipster which does method swizzling. The link to the article is here https://nshipster.com/swift-objc-runtime/ For convenience or to work around a bug in a framework, or because there’s just no

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