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RubyMotion by Clay Allsopp

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Chapter 5 Showing Data with Table Views

We’ve gone through the basics of models, views, and controllers in iOS development, but now we’re going to dig a little deeper. The UITableView class is so central to most iOS apps that it deserves a whole book to itself, but a chapter will have to suffice for now.[15]

Although they look very different, the Mail and SMS apps both use UITableViews to display their content:

images/tables/sms_mail_table.png

When you look through the default apps that come on your phone or iPad, you’ll see something that’s even more universal than blue and black tab bars: scrolling lists. And boy, do they scroll, right? The Phoneapp smoothly scrolls through ...

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