iPhone storing large amounts of images
I have a large amount of images that correspond to records in a sqlite db. where should I store them? I have 3 versions of the same image – large, med, thumb sizes. (I don’t want to store them in the db table, but reference them instead from each record)
all the images have the same name – each small, med and large image files would all be called “1.jpg” for record 1 in the sqlite table etc… this is mainly because I’m using an image batch resizing program that retains the same file name and creates a new folder.
thanks for any help.
- Why does assert simply terminate a program compiled for iPhone?
- Unable to read symbols warning after updating to 4.3.3
- Custom font in a storyboard?
- How to add placeHolder Text in UItextView? in iphone sdk
- iOS simulator crash in iOS 8.2 and Xcode 6.2 with “Failed to lookup the process ID of #ID after successful launch.”
- Is there a way to convert an iOS app to a Mac OS X app?
Solutions Collect From Internet About “iPhone storing large amounts of images”
For my cached images, I stored them in TMP folder, you can access using NSTemporaryDirectory.
I don’t know if it is good for your cases or if it is good in general but it works quite well
- Conditional Segue from UITableView to DetailView based on object state
- Filter and sort swift array
- How to write iOS app purely in C
- Rounded UIView using CALayers – only some corners – How?
- How do I use the UISearchBar and UISearchDisplayController
- NSIndexPath of UITableViewCell subview?
- Blur UIImage outside of bounds (Photoshop-style)
- iOS Safari Private Browsing localStorage and sessionStorage Support?
- UserNotification is not showing (iOS 10)
- Google OAuth no longer supported for progressive applications?
- NSPredicate check for kind of object class
- MPMoviePlayerControlle thumbnailImageAtTime: timeOption: giving empty UIImage
- swift iOS localNotifications
- Firebase push notification action
- Extracting images from a PDF