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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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10. Table Views II: Advanced Topics

You started your table view journey in Chapter 8, “Table Views I: The Basics.” But that was only part of the story for one of the central elements in building iOS apps. Many of the built-in Apple apps use more advanced table view features, such as custom cells, grouping, sorting, indexes, and searching. Contacts, Reminders, Mail, and other apps seamlessly integrate those features into the user experience.

In this chapter, you explore the more advanced features of table views, rounding out your ability to use this versatile element in your own apps. You start by creating your own car cell for the CarValet app, using the built-in basic one as a base. And now that app data is preserved, you will also be able to ...

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