In general, UIAlertViews are pretty evil. However, they can be useful in certain circumstances, like the early stages of development. This article, from the generally-pretty-awesome-and-informative site Use Your Loaf by Keith Harrison, gives an overview of some of the changes to UIAlertView in iOS 5… UIAlertView changes in iOS 5 – Blog – Use Your Loaf UIAlertView changes in iOS 5 The UIAlertView class has been available since iOS 2. It is similar to the UIActionSheet class but generally the UIAlertView is used to display an alert message to the user whereas UIActionSheet is useful when you want the user to confirm or choose between a set of options. This post will look at some useful additions to UIAlertView in iOS 5 however[…]
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