You could set the notification's priority to PRIORITY_MIN. This should
hide the notification on the lock screen. It also hides the icon from
the statusbar (not sure if you want that), but the notification itself
is still visible in the notification area.
The payload data which we send to APNS server is going to display on
device. If you have to remove some text then it must have to remove
before sending to APNS server. You can not manage notification text
If you have a full-elements tableview and you enable the bounce
property, you still will see other cells. This is because iOS SDK
prepare other cell ready to be used when you will scroll and you will
access to an another part of you dataSource.
Simply, the CGRectZero frame in the footer communicates that the table
has a footer, so it will not probably continue. You can also create a
footer not equ
It sounds like you have some conflicts, or missing constraints.
You can see if you have constraints errors in the nib, in the 'view
hierarchy' column in the left side of your nib, you will see a little
Or that you have some conflict which you can see at the console when
running you app.