• AndrewLL94

    Hi! I found your code really complete and helpful and I tried with different web services before trying with the one I need and I found no problem, but when I did with the one I need for my code there´s a format error with the response I get, instead of “” I receive “>”, any idea of how I can solve this situation? I was trying to make an own parse method but it didn´t work at all. Thanks in advance.

    • Andrew, did you paste some kind of special character which did not appear properly in your comment? I do not see the difference between “>” and “>”…

      • AndrewLL94

        wow, I didn´t know that would happen, well, I receive “& l t ;” and “& g t ;” without the spaces between the characters, I’m a little bit confused with it.

        • It is difficult to say why it is returning these characters. It could be an error in your server side script for example…

  • adam

    can you do a tutorial on a get request for the login system you have created. i am new to swift so i dont understand much. thanks

  • adam

    can you do a tutorial on a get request for the login system you have created. i am new to swift so i dont understand much. thanks

  • Nikolay Kudryavtsev

    Hi! I don’t code on Swift and was just interested in this post. Doesn’t isStringEmpty method need to be a bit refactored?

  • Nikolay Kudryavtsev

    Hi! I don’t code on Swift and was just interested in this post. Doesn’t isStringEmpty method need to be a bit refactored?