Improving the Look of Cells
Using UITableView’s built-in standard cell types is a great way to get up and running quickly. But pretty soon you’re going to run up against the limitations of the standard look and feel, and you’ll want to move beyond the typical layouts.
If you’re working with a UICollectionView, you don’t have any standard cells in the first place, so you’re going to need to customize them yourself from the outset.
Creating and using custom cells isn’t difficult, and builds on all the topics that we’ve covered so far. There are four main ways of customizing cells: