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Events | iOS Universal Events App Template (Swift)

Events | iOS Universal Events App Template (Swift)



Events | iOS Universal Events Sharing App Template (Swift)







Both iOS and Android version can share the same Parse database by inserting the same App Id and Client Key strings in their Configs files

Jan 20th 2016
• Updated to XCode 8.2.1
• Updated the User Guide
• Updated GoogleMobileAds.framework and its relative code
Nov 2nd 2016
• Updated to XCode 8.1
• Removed the 'contView' views since Apple has fixed the bug on ScrollViews with XCode 8.1
• Removed searchCityTxt from the searchView, it's not needed anymore wince we've improved the events search by setting up an array of keywords. 
• Edited submitEventButt() in SubmitEvent.swift and textFieldShouldReturn() in Home.swift

If this is an UPDATE for you, please do the following steps:
1. Enter your Parse Dashboard -> Events class and remove the "keywords" column. 
2. Create a new column of type Array and name it "keywords".
3. You now have to enter title and description of all your events into such column, field by field, as an array syntax with all lowercase words, so for example if your event has a title like "Big Event in London", and its description has something like "This is a very cool event", you have to enter this array into the 'keywords' field of that event:
    ["big","event","in","london","this","is","a","very","cool","event"]
We know it may be boring but it's the only way to update your app and make it able to improve search with multiple words in the Home screen. 
Anyway, after your update when users will submit an event the app will automatically create all the keywords, so the steps above are ONLY for the records already present in your Parse Dashboard.
If you've just bought the app, ignore the steps above.
Sep 28th 2016
• Fixed a small bug while trying to upload images, the Info.plist file was missing Privacy rows for Camera and Photo Library, see this screenshot: http://s11.postimg.org/sibbmt79f/info_plist.png
Sep 27th 2016
• Changed Push notification system to back4app | Removed OneSignal
Sep 20th 2016
• Updated to Xcode 8
• We had to embed all the views that are in ScrollViews into a UIView called 'contView' in Storyboard, so the app will keep all layouts ok due to a bug of Xcode 8 on Autoresizing mask. 
You'll find this line of code into viewDidLoad() methods in the .swift files that have a ScrollView:
    contView.frame.size.width = view.frame.size.width
NOTE: Due to the bug on Xcode 8, every time you'll reopen your Xcode project, you will have to select those 'contView' UIViews and set their width to 320 by using the Size inspector panel on the right size
Jun 14th 2016
• Removed all sharing buttons, left a single Share button with ActivityController that allows you to still share an event via SMS and Mail plus all the social apps installed in your device (like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Google+ etc.)  
June 8th 2016
• Removed iAd since it'll be discontinued by June | left AdMob banners 
May 3rd 2016
• Went back to Parse SDK  hosted on back{4}app | removed CloudKit 





Events is a full app template for you to create your own mobile iOS app to store and share events all over the world. Users can submit new events to you and you can approve them by changing a value in the isPending field in your Parse Dashboard on back{4}app.

Since its backend is by Parse you don’t have to buy any domain/hosting, there are NO php files to upload to a web server so you’ll save some money for sever side. Worried about Parse shutting down? It won’t, please check this out: http://fvimagination.tumblr.com/post/153383547781/parse-sdk-will-not-shutdown-in-2017-thanks-to


You may also use the Adminca Panel as a great alternative to insert/edit data in your Parse Dashboard, after you’ll create your app on back4app, create a free account on http://adminca.com and create a new Panel, choose self-hosted Parse server and paste your Host, Application ID and Master Key in the relative fields (you cam find them into Core Settings of your back4app panel)



Events has a button to automatically add an event on your native iOS Calendar app, open its address in Maps (to get directions) and share it on Facebook, Twitter or other apps installed on your device. It also checks if an event has ended by the date you’ll open up such event, showing you that it is passed.
It is written in Swift, easy to customize, native XCode project, Universal, Parse backend hosted on http://back4app.com



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  • XCode 8.x project – Swift – 64bit
  • iOS 8/9/10+ – Universal – Storyboard
  • Admob banners
  • Works with Parse backend hosted on http://back4app.com
  • Send Push Notifications to all registered devices through the Push web Console (website only)
  • Easily submit your own event via app, with a nice user interface
  • Share events on Facebook, Twitter, Mail and SMS
  • Open event’s address on iOS Maps app
  • Automatically add an event date & time to the native iOS Calendar app
  • Approve pending events fron user
  • PDF User Guide included
  • PSD graphics included
  • Easy to customize, well commented code

Have fun with Events, and don’t forget to rate it on your Downloads page if you like it!





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