How to make a Please Wait Dialog using UIAlertView without Buttons in iOS

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If you’ve ever wanted to show a simple “please wait” dialog without resorting to a custom view, UIAlertView is a good option, and is even more appropriate if you customize the alert such that no buttons are shown.

In the figure below you can see how a simple alert can be shown (sans buttons) while you are busy doing some other system activity (reading/writing files, etc).

How to enable textview Hyperlink detector in iOS and open Safari

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If it is in a UITextView, you just have to enable it:

- (BOOL)textView:(UITextView *)textView shouldInteractWithURL:(NSURL *)URL inRange:(NSRange)characterRange

also you can open Safari programatically:

@interface MyApplication : UIApplication {

}

@end

@implementation MyApplication


-(BOOL)openURL:(NSURL *)url{
    if  ([self.delegate openURL:url])
         return YES;
    else
         return [super openURL:url];
}
@end

How to hide/unhide label, textfield and disable button in Objective-C

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Here is the answer for hiding:

[self.label1 setHidden:TRUE];

and here is the answer for disabling:

[self.btnOutlet setEnabled:FALSE];