Ios - swift can't use ObjectiveC classes

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by These_Koern (1,140 points)
I want use JSQMessagesViewController in my project(using swift), I didn't use pods since I would modify of ObjectiveC code, so I just pull Project into my own iOS project. When I mean full screen I mean one that takes all of your screen

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answered Apr 19, 2016 by GoodClarific (230 points)
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answered May 23, 2016 by Resolved_h (430 points)
Why Apple again decide what is better for us
commented May 23, 2016 by Exporting (440 points)
That is the code and data are bonded together or tied or encapsulated
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answered Jun 1, 2016 by Functional (180 points)
There is nothing built in that will allow this. This minimized a headache

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