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Learning iOS Development: A Hands-on Guide to the Fundamentals of iOS Programming by Erica Sadun, Rod Strougo, Maurice Sharp

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Summary

This chapter has equipped you to start using table views for lists of data. It has also shown you the power of adding navigation controllers for quickly moving up and down hierarchies of information.

After creating a simple project to explore table views, you converted the add/view scene to a list of cars. You completed the scene by using common patterns for adding and deleting items in a table view, in this case cars, as well as opening the detail for any car. You showed the detail by creating another table view, using a grouped style instead of a list. You created a couple screens to edit car attributes and used modal presentation of those screens to require the user to edit the attribute or cancel.

Along the way, you practiced using ...

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