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iOS 8 SDK Development, 2nd Edition by Janie Clayton, Chris Adamson

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Chapter 5Presenting Data in Table Views

For organizing and presenting many of the kinds of data we see in iPhone and iPad apps, it’s hard to beat a table view. Thanks to the intuitive flick-scrolling provided by iOS, it’s comfortable and convenient to whip through lists of items to find just the thing we need, with each item visually presented in whatever way makes sense for the app. In many apps, the table view is the bedrock of the app’s presentation and organization.

In this chapter, we’re going start turning our Twitter application into one that’s based around a table view. However, it’s going to take us a few chapters to completely move away from the web view. First, we’ll put some fake data into a table view, and then in the following ...

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