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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

Your journey through the main power of table views is complete. In this chapter, you subclassed the built-in cell class to build a custom cell and added sorting, grouping, searching, and even an index to your app.

You began by building a better car cell, using the storyboard. You used a larger height for better data presentation. You added a custom class to initialize the cell data and figured out how to show cells of different heights in a table.

You used the app data saved with Core Data along with a fetched results controller to sort the cars and add grouping to the table. Then you made navigating all the data easier by adding an index. Finally, you went deeper with Core Data and added searching. As you did that, you discovered that ...

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