I am using a UINavigationController and try to push a UIViewController containing the WTArchitectView onto it. The UIViewController basically contains the code from the "Setup Guide iOS". This happens when I push a button and it works fine the first time the WTArchitectView is shown. Then I hit the back button of the UINavigationBar, because I want to select a different ArchitectWorld from the previous view. So this is where my problem comes up: Pushing the UIViewController (with WTArchitectView) onto the UINavigationController again results in an error, because there already is an WTArchitectView present.
I tried many things dealloctiong the previous WTArchitectView object, but couldn't get it to work. Maybe using a UINavigationController is not best practice. What's the best way to make this work?
about 7 years ago
Hi Thorsten, Since the Wikitude SDK is just a simple UIView subclass, you're restricted to use a specific controller to present it. The Wikitude example application also uses a navigation controller in combination with a single view controller to present the AR experience. So please have a look at the example application for iOS and how it is implemented.
Your crash(glog related I guess) sounds like you trying to allocate a new WTArchitectView when the old one was not destroyed, so please make sure that all you controller objects release there architect view.
There is part where the active/resume handling is done and it seems to contain a retain cycle (the object retains the block of the observer and the observer retains the object). The dealloc is never called that way.
I created a __unsafe_unretained reference to the ViewController and used the reference inside the block of the observer.