You want to ask the user to take a photo with the camera on his iOS device, and you want to access that photo once the user is done.
Instantiate an object of type
UIImagePickerController and present it as a
modal view controller on your current view controller. Here is the
.h file of the view
#import <UIKit/UIKit.h> #import <AssetsLibrary/AssetsLibrary.h> #import <MobileCoreServices/MobileCoreServices.h> @interface Taking_Photos_with_the_CameraViewController : UIViewController <UINavigationControllerDelegate, UIImagePickerControllerDelegate> @end
The delegate of an instance of
UIImagePickerController must conform to the
protocols. If you forget to include them in the .h file of your delegate object, you’ll get
warnings from the compiler when assigning a value to the delegate
property of your image picker controller. Please bear in mind that you
can still assign an object to the delegate property of an instance of
UIImagePickerController where that
object does not explicitly conform to the
but implements the required methods in these protocols. I, however,
suggest that you give a hint to the compiler that the delegate object
does, in fact, conform to the aforementioned protocols in order to
avoid getting compiler warnings.
In the implementation of the view controller (.m file), we ...