Each row of a table view is a view. These views are instances of UITableViewCell. In this section, you will be creating the instances of UITableViewCell to fill the table view. In Chapter 19, you will create a custom subclass of UITableViewCell.

A cell itself has one subview – its contentView (Figure 8.8). The contentView is the superview for the content of the cell. The cell may also draw an accessory indicator. The accessory indicator shows an action-oriented icon, such as a checkmark, a disclosure icon, or a fancy blue dot with a chevron inside. These icons are accessed through pre-defined constants for the appearance of the accessory indicator. The default is UITableViewCellAccessoryNone, and that is what you are ...

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