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Appcelerator Titanium Smartphone App Development Cookbook - Second Edition by Jason Kneen

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Displaying data using a TableView

TableViews are one of the most commonly used components in Titanium. Almost all of the native apps on your device utilize tables in some shape or form. They are used to display large lists of data in an effective manner, allowing for scrolling lists that can be customized visually, searched through, or drilled down to expose child views. Titanium makes it easy to implement TableViews in your application, so in this recipe, we'll implement a TableView and use our XML data feed from the previous recipe to populate it with a list of recipes.

How to do it...

Once we have connected our app to a data feed and we're retrieving XML data via the XHR object, we need to be able to manipulate that data and display it in a TableView ...

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