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UIViewcontroller Lifecycle

Ans : A view controller manages set of views and making user interface. It will coordinate with data and other controller. Views are automatically loaded when view property is accessed in the app.
Following methods are used to mange view controller's view.

1. LoadView : It is automatically called when it's view property is accessed. It loads or create a view and assigned to property.

2. ViewDidLoad : It is automatically called when view controller completely loaded into memory. Override this method to perform additional initialization on views that were loaded from xib.
I.e instance variable initialization, database access, network request

Event Management to Views :

1. ViewWillAppear : It is called when View is about to added on view hierachy. If we want to change some, then we have to override this method.
Like change orientation, change screen data

2. ViewDidAppear : It is called when view was added on view's hierachy.
When we need to display loader, start UI animation ,then override this method.

3. ViewWillDisAppear : It is called when view is about to removed from hierachy. We can hide keyboard,  commit changes ,revert changes in this method by overriding.

4. ViewDidDisappear : It is called when view is removed from hierachy. We can remove cache data in this method.

Memmory Management method :
1. didReceiveMemoryWarning :
It is called automatically when system determine that the system has low amount of available memory.
Override this method remove not essential data from memory.


Ordering of excecuting methods :

1. Init(coder:)
2. (void)loadView
3. (void)viewDidLoad
4. (void)viewWillAppear
5. (void)viewDidAppear
6. (void)didReceiveMemoryWarning
7. (void)viewWillDisappear
8. (void)viewDidDisappear

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