Handle showing / hiding of the iOS network activity indicator to allow multiple concurrent threads to show / hide the indicator such that the indicator remains visible until all the requests have completed and requested the indicator to be hidden.
- iOS 5.0 or later.
- ARC memory management.
The easiest way to install it is by copying the following files to your project:
When you start a network activity (will show the network activity indicator):
[[SDNetworkActivityIndicator sharedActivityIndicator] startActivity];
When you finish a network activity (will hide the network activity indicator only if the number of calls to
stopActivitymatches the number of calls to
[[SDNetworkActivityIndicator sharedActivityIndicator] stopActivity];
To hide the network activity indicator regardless of whether all activities have finished (without having to call
[[SDNetworkActivityIndicator sharedActivityIndicator] stopAllActivity];
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