Chatty is a Universal App Template for public chats, you can create your own branded live chat app.
The class Chats will a detailed view of each category in the application. It contains all the Chats' information.
The class Favorites will a detailed view of each category in the application. It contains all the Favorites' information.
The class Inbox will a detailed view of each category in the application. It contains all the Inbox's information.
The class User will a detailed view of each category in the application. It contains all the user's information.
Most computer users are presently using one form of live chat application or the other for business and personal communication. But how does the idea of developing your own chat app sounds? Well, with Chatty, a Universal App Template for public chats, you can create your own branded live chat app.
Chatty creates a chat app with extensive features. It supports text messaging, image, audio, and video file transfers. Other unique features include saving chats as favorites and specifying a wallpaper as chat background. The user can block/unblock chat from another person by swapping the chat cell to the left and selecting the block/unblock button. Of course, there is a profile setting where users can create and update their profiles.
This app template uses Parse Server as the backend. This means that you won’t need a domain name or hosting to get your app up and running. Moreover, there is no need to upload any file to the server. So, you will be savings lots of time and loads of cash you would have spent on setting up your server.
Chatty is developed with XCode, Swift, Storyboard, and Universal. So, it is very easy to customize. Parse SDK hosted on http://back4app.com serves as the backend for Chatty.
Click on this link below to learn more about Parse SDK and back4app https://hubpages.com/technology/Parse-SDK-will-not-shutdown-in-thanks-to-back4app
You may host parse on your own server, but I do not provide support for setting it up. However, the resource in the link will help you through the steps. http://parseplatform.org
The error comes as a result of a bug on XCode 8 installed on a macOS Sierra. Watch the video in the link below to learn how to fix the bug. https://youtu.be/z2LemT1_LqA
The video in the link below will guide you to remove the code that displays AdMob banners. Kindly note that you have to repeat the steps for every file that contains the line “import GoogleMobileAds” on the top. Click https://youtu.be/e-HQYnta2Jg to watch the video.
I do provide free support when a problem occurs as a result of a bug on the original code. But if the problem arises after you tampered with the code, I will charge a fee to help you fix it. You can choose to upload the project file to me, or I can connect via TeamViewer and resolve the issue.
You should use the latest version of XCode because I always update the app to the latest version of the IDE.