In the last chapter, you created an application that displays a list of BNRItem instances in a UITableView. The next step for Homepwner is allowing the user to interact with the table – to add, delete, and move rows. Figure 10.1 shows what Homepwner will look like by the end of this chapter.
Figure 10.1 Homepwner in editing mode
UITableView has an editing property, and when this property is set to YES, the UITableView enters editing mode. Once the table view is in editing mode, the rows of the table can be manipulated by the user. The user can change the order of the rows, add rows, or remove rows. Editing mode ...