I haven't created a method to do this as of yet, at the moment it's limited to a default topic logo, but it is simple to set up custom logos yourself. You would have to declare a method to fetch specific logo from the storage of firebase based on the subject name. You would use this method in the function func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath). Highly recommend you read the Firebase API for Storage on how to download files, https://firebase.google.com/docs/storage/ios/download-files. If you need more help, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This app was created and published prior to the release of the iPhone X, and it's specifically states within the information section of this product that the latest iOS version supported is iOS 10.0. All iPhone X handsets (from November 2017) are running on at least iOS 11.0, and unfortunately, at the present, this product does not support iOS 11.0. I mentioned that I would try and release an update to support the layout on iPhone X as soon as possible, out of courtesy, (and this was discussed via email) but unfortunately due to a change in personal circumstances I am unable to provide this update as quick as you'd like, to your time-restraints. However, you can clearly see that this product does not support iOS 11.0 so it shouldn't be expected that the application will be optimised for an iPhone running on a later OS.
Hi, thank you for getting in touch. I'm personally not able to refund you the amount, as this facility is provided by the Codester admins. Please go to this address, https://support.codester.com/hc/en-us/requests/new and file a support case as they will be able to refund you so that you are not over charged for buying both licenses. I hope this issue is resolved shortly, Jake.
Hi Jake, Thanks for replying.
I have one more question, Is it possible to use this program with a local Database? I want to create a quiz game where it doesn't have to connect to firebase to fetch the data.
Use of a local database is certainly possible, but depending on your circumstances (ie the number of quizzes) you may wish to store all quiz data in a json file in app, or in a static struct. However, this would need to be separate from the multiplayer section of the game. If you have any problems implementing this, please contact me at email@example.com and I will be more than happy to assist you.
The reason that subjects/topics are not loading is because they need to be added through firebase. A sample JSON file is provided in the project directory for the quiz structure, this just needs to be modified with quiz questions and answers and uploaded through to firebase in the database section. More information is available in the documentation.
If you have any more issues or need further guidance please email, firstname.lastname@example.org and I will help you setup your firebase environment if required.
Hi, for the whole setup, inclusive of the cost of the Apple Developer subscription ($99), I charge $200.00, and yes questions can be changed easily on either the Google Firebase website, or from editing a JSON file in a text editor of your choice and uploading to the database. If you're still interested, please email me at email@example.com.
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