I've noticed that there are a lot of UIView subclasses in my legacy project. Mostly the only reason of such a subclass is to split bigger view into custom subviews and provide layout for its subviews ...
I am programming in Objective C, iOS. I create a Class A which is a parent class, and Class B inherits to Class A. Now I have Class B variables which I also need to use in Class A. And also one ...
I suppose the class have several different interfaces. Some it shows to some class, some it shows to other classes. Are there any good reason for that? One thing I can think of is with one .h per ...