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It would be extremely helpful if development teams would release source code as a working project. Piecing snippets together from the Code tab and second guessing the code is both time consuming and potentially error prone. For example, what are the contents of the BirdFood class?
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Dear Apple Developer Support Team: Our product is currently using the Original StoreKit to provide subscription services to our users, and we are using "https://buy.itunes.apple.com/verifyReceipt" to verify the subscription status of users. Everything is done within our mobile app, and we do not have our own server. However, we have recently discovered that verifyReceipt has been deprecated, and during our TestFlight testing of our subscription service, we often encounter issues such as slow subscription callbacks and lengthy subscription status verification times. Therefore, we are reaching out to seek your assistance. We hope that you can provide us with some help in resolving the issues we are facing with our subscription service development. This will enable us to have a more sustainable collaboration in the future. We look forward to receiving your response as soon as possible. Thank you! Best regards, Avocado Development Team
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Hi All: I would very much like to use the new storekit framework with StoreViews in my app, however, I'm not sure I"ll be able to submit my app if XCode is still in beta. Can anyone tell me if I can in fact submit an app made with the Xcode beta so I can use the new framework?
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I've been working with IOS for quite a while and I just can't seem to get past a certain level of complexity in my projects due to a lack of documentation available online. Now I'm working on a chart using apple's pretty fresh Swift Charts framework and I just can't get past a certain level of complexity in my chart, even though I went over pretty much all the available free and not free resources online. So, the question is where can I get enough knowledge to be able to make charts (and other UI) similar to those that developers at Apple make, and where do those developers get their information from and how much do I actually need to know to make similar stuff?
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I am making a clicker game.I want to know how to make a a manager button. i Want to have the points be at level 10(so 10 clicks) and then your allowed to press this other button which will cost 10 points. But in doing so the button that you press to increase the number , is being continuously pressed.
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