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Xcode 6 : Create iOS Settings page using UITableView grouped style
 
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This tutorial will should how to create a settings page using UITableView using the grouped style. For more info checkout http://shrikar.com/blog/2014/12/27/xcode-6-tutorial-grouped-uitableview/
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UITableView Grouped Style Row Reordering
 
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Spend some time reproducing apple own behavior while reordering grouped style tableview's rows.
Views: 5232 Anthony Mittaz
How to create uitableview with multiple sections in iOS Swift
 
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In this Video , we learn , 1. How to create uitableview with multiple sections in iOS Swift. 2. Change the sections header background color in UITableView 3. Change uitableview section header text color swift
Views: 7307 Rajesh Sharma
Contacts: How to Implement UITableView Sections Intelligently (Ep 1)
 
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Creating a nicely sectioned list of items in a UITableView can be tricky for beginners getting into iOS development. For today's video, we'll build a simple Contacts-like application where names are placed in groups. In order to accomplish this, we will use a simple two dimensional array to provide our list with these groups. Doing so allows us to just use our IndexPath objects to easily select the correct name. Intermediate Training Core Data https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/intermediate-training-core-data Instagram Firebase Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/instagram-firebase Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1240636442694543/ iOS Basic Training Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/basic-training Completed Source Code https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course_video?id=2222 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/buildthatapp
Views: 45346 Lets Build That App
Learn iOS 10, WatchOS 3 Programming | Tutorial #14 - Grouped UITableView Basics
 
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Hi guys, today I'm going to teach you how to use Grouped Style UITableView Social networks: Twitter: twitter.com/PatrikWWDC Video / Audio Quality: Video: 1080p 60fps Audio: Apple ProRes 422
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iOS Development with Swift Tutorial - 22 - Grouped Table Views
 
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Table View Cells - Beginning Table Views with Xcode 10, iOS 12, Swift 4.2 - raywenderlich.com
 
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To display data, you need a table view cell but cells come with a few other features as well. This episode will get you started with them. Download the course materials: https://files.betamax.raywenderlich.com/attachments/videos/1980/22cae385-447b-4f10-83f7-85107acc75c5.zip Watch the full course: https://www.raywenderlich.com/5995-beginning-table-views --- About www.raywenderlich.com: raywenderlich.com is a website focused on developing high quality programming tutorials. Our goal is to take the coolest and most challenging topics and make them easy for everyone to learn – so we can all make amazing apps. We are also focused on developing a strong community. Our goal is to help each other reach our dreams through friendship and cooperation. As you can see below, a bunch of us have joined forces to make this happen: authors, editors, subject matter experts, app reviewers, and most importantly our amazing readers! --- From Apple's Human Interface Guidelines: (https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/views/tables/) A table presents data as a scrolling, single-column list of rows that can be divided into sections or groups. Use a table to display large or small amounts of information cleanly and efficiently in the form of a list. Generally speaking, tables are ideal for text-based content, and often appear as a means of navigation on one side of a split view, with related content shown on the opposite side. iOS implements two styles of table, plain and grouped Plain. Rows can be separated into labeled sections, and an optional index can appear vertically along the right edge of the table. A header can appear before the first item in a section, and a footer can appear after the last item. Grouped. Rows are displayed in groups, which can be preceded by a header and followed by a footer. This style of table always contains at least one group and each group always contains at least one row. A grouped table doesn’t include an index. Think about table width. Thin tables can cause truncation and wrapping, making them hard to read and scan quickly at a distance. Wide tables can also be difficult to read and scan, and can take away space from content. Begin showing table content quickly. Don’t wait for extensive table content to load before showing something. Fill onscreen rows with textual data immediately and show more complex data—such as images—as it becomes available. This technique gives people useful information right away and increases the perceived responsiveness of your app. In some cases, showing stale, older data may make sense until fresh, new data arrives. Communicate progress as content loads. If a table’s data takes time to load, show a progress bar or spinning activity indicator to reassure people that your app is still running. Keep content fresh. Consider updating your table’s content regularly to reflect newer data. Just don’t change the scrolling position. Instead, add the content to the beginning or end of the table, and let people scroll to it when they’re ready. Some apps display an indicator when new data has been added, and provide a control for jumping right to it. It’s also a good idea to include a refresh control, so people can manually perform an update at any time. Avoid combining an index with table rows containing right-aligned elements. An index is controlled by performing large swiping gestures. If other interactive elements reside nearby, such as disclosure indicators, it may be difficult to discern the user’s intent when a gesture occurs and the wrong element may be activated. Table Rows You use standard table cell styles to define how content appears in table rows. Basic (Default). An optional image on the left side of the row, followed by a left-aligned title. It’s a good option for displaying items that don’t require supplementary information. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleDefault constant of UITableViewCell. Subtitle. A left-aligned title on one line and a left-aligned subtitle on the next. This style works well in a table where rows are visually similar. The additional subtitle helps distinguish rows from one another. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleSubtitle constant of UITableViewCell. Right Detail (Value 1). A left-aligned title with a right-aligned subtitle on the same line. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleValue1 constant of UITableViewCell. Left Detail (Value 2). A right-aligned title, followed by a left-aligned subtitle on the same line. For developer guidance, see UITableViewCellStyleValue2 constant of UITableViewCell. All standard table cell styles also allow graphical elements, such as a checkmark or disclosure indicator. Of course, adding these elements decreases the space available for titles and subtitles. Keep text succinct to avoid clipping. Truncated words and phrases are hard to scan and decipher.
Views: 11571 raywenderlich.com
How To Use Static Table View Cells In Xcode 10 Swift 4.2
 
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Soruce Code: https://github.com/cagdaseksi/StaticTableViewCells In this video, I show you how you to use static table view cells, how you can use them to make a setting page and why they are awesome. This tutorial is completed in Xcode 10, using Swift 4.2. #swift #tableview #uitableview #swift3 #swift4 #statictableviewswift #statictableviewswift4 #statictableviewinviewcontrollerswift #statictableviewcells #static #statictablesinswift #statictableview #uitableviewcontrollerswift #swift4 #uitableviewinswift #staticuitableview #uitableviewwithswift #uitableviewswift4 #uitableviewcontrollerswifttutorial swift, tableview, uitableview, swift 3, swift 4, static tableview swift, static tableview swift 4, static tableview in viewcontroller swift, static table view cells, static, static tables in swift, static tableview, uitableviewcontroller swift, swift 4.2, uitableview in swift, static uitableview, uitableview with swift, uitableview swift coding multiple tableviews, uitableview swift4, uitableviewcontroller swift tutorial, swift tutorial, ios tutorial, ios uitableview tutorial, ios tableview tutorial swift, swift uitableview tutorial, uitableview tutorial swift, table view tutorial, tableview ios tutorial, apple swift tutorial, tableview tutorial cell, uitableview tutorial, ios swift tutorial
Views: 290 Let's Learn Swift
4.6 TableViews
 
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1612ICT Interactive Applications Development. TableViews. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Titanium 00:10 - Lists 01:06 - Creating a TableView 01:55 - TableView Example 02:02 - Generating Data for TableView 02:16 - TableView Example 02:17 - Creating a TableView 02:20 - TableView Example 02:21 - Generating Data for TableView 02:33 - Create Data Array 02:50 - Create each object 03:22 - Create each object 03:29 - Create each object 04:15 - Assign data array to TableView 04:27 - TableView code 05:05 - TableView Example 05:11 - TableView style 05:32 - TableView Grouped Style 05:40 - TableView Events 05:40 - TableView Event Example 05:41 - TableView Events 07:10 - TableView Event Example 07:53 - TableView Event Example 07:58 - Challenge: TableView Events 08:12 - A Settings Screen 08:34 - Switches 09:08 - Switches 09:21 - Switches 09:27 - Switches 10:24 - Custom Table Rows 10:42 - Table Row Properties 11:19 - TableViewRow subviews 12:24 - Editable TableViews 12:58 - Editing and Moving 13:26 - Editing
Views: 120 JolonFaichney
Contacts: Animations Reload Rows in UITableView (Ep 2)
 
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Today we analyze how animations are implemented inside of UITableViews, more specifically we build out the feature of reloading rows using animation styles of .right and .left. In addition, I show you some tricks on how to toggle animations using a boolean value in your code. Have fun. How to Implement UITableView Sections Intelligently (Ep 1) https://youtu.be/VFtsSEYDNRU Intermediate Training Core Data https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/intermediate-training-core-data Instagram Firebase Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/instagram-firebase Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1240636442694543/ iOS Basic Training Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/basic-training Completed Source Code https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course_video?id=2232 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/buildthatapp
Views: 24568 Lets Build That App
двухуровневая анимация ячеек UITableView
 
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анимация список 2 уровней вложенности
Swift Static UITableView with Xcode 8.3
 
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This video shows you how to set up a UITableView for static use. I am using Xcode 8.3 and the latest version of Swift to accomplish this.
Using a UITableView in a UIViewController!
 
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This is how to use a UITableView inside a UIViewController! Note: This can also be done with a navigation controller or any other controller. I'd love to hear from you! Here's how to connect with me: Twitter: http://twitter.com/jmjoshua LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/joshua-moore/55/2a5/ba7/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/114572831461431551805/posts My iOS apps: http://goo.gl/otlHH Audio file(s) provided by http://www.audiomicro.com
Views: 21828 Joshua Moore
Lesson #1 How to Use Simple TableView In Swift 3 Xcode 8
 
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▽ WHAT IS UITABLEVIEW ► A view that presents data using rows arranged in a single column. ▽ OVERVIEW ► A table view displays a list of items in a single column. UITableView is a subclass of UIScrollView, which allows users to scroll through the table, although UITableView allows vertical scrolling only. The cells comprising the individual items of the table are UITableViewCell objects; UITableView uses these objects to draw the visible rows of the table. Cells have content—titles and images—and can have, near the right edge, accessory views. Standard accessory views are disclosure indicators or detail disclosure buttons; the former leads to the next level in a data hierarchy and the latter leads to a detailed view of a selected item. Accessory views can also be framework controls, such as switches and sliders, or can be custom views. Table views can enter an editing mode where users can insert, delete, and reorder rows of the table. A table view is made up of zero or more sections, each with its own rows. Sections are identified by their index number within the table view, and rows are identified by their index number within a section. Any section can optionally be preceded by a section header, and optionally be followed by a section footer. Table views can have one of two styles, plain and grouped. When you create a UITableView instance you must specify a table style, and this style cannot be changed. In the plain style, section headers and footers float above the content if the part of a complete section is visible. A table view can have an index that appears as a bar on the right hand side of the table (for example, "A" through "Z"). You can touch a particular label to jump to the target section. The grouped style of table view provides a default background color and a default background view for all cells. The background view provides a visual grouping for all cells in a particular section. For example, one group could be a person's name and title, another group for phone numbers that the person uses, and another group for email accounts and so on. See the Settings application for examples of grouped tables. Table views in the grouped style cannot have an index. ▽ Please watch ► "How to Use Scroll View Without Any Codding in Swift 3 Xcode 8" ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPdCY1NcIj4 In This Tutorial Developing a Basic "Simple TableView" App for iOS 10 using Xcode 8 & Swift 3. Be Sure to Like and SUBSCRIBE SWIFT Hub Channel, and visit our GitHub to download the Source Files and have access to more great content!. ► PLAYLIST ( SWIFT Hub - Developing IOS 10 Apps with Swift 3 ) ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAYTXL48Fm4&list=PLnACRTdaE5L5vZLMgs45K_u_6Mro_s4kw ▽ CONTENT VIDEO ► PLAYLIST ( How to Use TableView Step By Step ) ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnACRTdaE5L4hfOQqCXTIAZSZVY2KPlDF&playnext=1 ▽ DOWNLOAD SOURCE FILES Download Simple TableView Project ► https://github.com/SWIFTHub9/How-to-Use-Simple-TableView-In-Swift-3-Xcode-8 ▽ FOLLOW FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/SwiftHub/ GITHUB ► https://github.com/swifthub9 GOOGLE+ ► https://plus.google.com/u/1/b/108964414905390559873/108964414905390559873 Visit SWIFT Hub WebSite ► https://unitedlearn0.wixsite.com/swifthub ▽ WATCH MORE TUTORIALS IN FUTURE SUBSCRIBE SWIFT HUB CHANNEL ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrnb1e8Krh8_X1gsxysq2HA
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Swift Grouped Messages: Changing Bubble Color and Alignment (Ep 2)
 
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One important feature of the chat messages is the option to change the background color depending on incoming vs outgoing status. Today's lesson will show you how to do this as well as align our chat messages to the left and right side of the screen. Enjoy. Podcasts Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/Podcasts Intermediate Training Core Data https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/intermediate-training-core-data Instagram Firebase Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/instagram-firebase Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1240636442694543/ Completed Source Code https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course_video?id=3632 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildthatapp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/buildthatapp
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UITableView Pt 8/10  CREATE STATIC UITABLEVIEW AND UITABLEVIEWCONTROLLER
 
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JOIN THIS COURSE FOR FREE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview UITableView and UITableViewController are used in almost all iOS apps. This is one of the most critical skills every iOS developer must master. In this course, we will build a photos browser app using Table View and Table View Controller. Join me today in this course, you'll learn everything about Table View in these 10 lessons: 1. Introduction to UITableView and UITableViewController 2: Create Data Model Classes to Display On UITableView & UITableViewController 3: Create Basic UITableView and UITableViewController, UITableViewCell 4: Create Custom Table View Cell, Dynamic Table View Cell Height, Self-Sizing Cell 5. Create multiple sections in Table View 6. Delete rows from table view 7. Use drag and drop to move cells around table view 8. Create static table view 9. Use show segue and navigation controller to transition from master to detail view controller 10. Where to go from here. JOIN THIS COURSE FOR FREE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview ******************************** *** ABOUT CODE MASTERY *** ******************************** Code Mastery is hosted by Duc Tran, founder of Developers Academy. This is his free-style no notes, no teleprompter presentation and live coding broadcast with you guys everyday. To join Duc's free courses, register for free at http://ductran.co/ ************************* *** MEET DUC TRAN *** ************************* Duc Tran is founder of Developers Academy, one of the world's leading iOS, Android and Web development trainers. More than 2,000,000 developers have studied his video trainings; 100,000 developers see his posts each month. Each year, Duc has helped 20,000 plus developers graduate from his online courses or video series. ************************************************* *** FREE TRAININGS IN IOS DEVELOPMENT *** ************************************************* To subscribe and get free tutorials, courses and weekly content, visit me at: http://ductran.co/ Connect with Duc on facebook: http://facebook.com/ductranfan Tweet him: https://twitter.com/ductrongtran Get daily inspiration: http://instagram.com/ductran.co/ /************************************************/ CODE IN THIS COURSE - CONTROLLERS GROUP /************************************************/ // ** AppleProductsTableViewController.swift class AppleProductsTableViewController: UITableViewController { lazy var productLines: [ProductLine] = { return ProductLine.productLines() }() // MARK: - VC Lifecycle override func viewDidLoad() { super.viewDidLoad() navigationItem.rightBarButtonItem = editButtonItem // Make the row height dynamic tableView.estimatedRowHeight = tableView.rowHeight tableView.rowHeight = UITableViewAutomaticDimension } override func viewWillAppear(_ animated: Bool) { super.viewWillAppear(animated) tableView.reloadData() } // MARK: - UITableViewDataSource override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, titleForHeaderInSection section: Int) - String? { let productLine = productLines[section] return productLine.name } override func numberOfSections(in tableView: UITableView) - Int { return productLines.count } override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int) - Int { let productLine = productLines[section] return productLine.products.count // the number of products in the section } // indexPath: which section and which row override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) - UITableViewCell { let cell = tableView.dequeueReusableCell(withIdentifier: "Product Cell", for: indexPath) as! ProductTableViewCell let productLine = productLines[indexPath.section] let product = productLine.products[indexPath.row] cell.configureCellWith(product) return cell } // MARK: - Edit Tableview override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, commit editingStyle: UITableViewCellEditingStyle, forRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) { if editingStyle == UITableViewCellEditingStyle.delete { let productLine = productLines[indexPath.section] productLine.products.remove(at: indexPath.row) // tell the table view to update with new data source // tableView.reloadData() Bad way! tableView.deleteRows(at: [indexPath], with: UITableViewRowAnimation.automatic) } } // ** JOIN THE COURSE AND GET ALL THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview
Views: 4135 David Tran
Swift Grouped  UITableViewStyle (Swift 4 + iOS 11)
 
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Today I will make a table view whose sections present distinct groups of rows. Source code: https://github.com/wells86/A-Swiftly-Tilting-Planet/tree/master/2018/UITableViewStyle.grouped/UITableViewStyle.grouped
Learn iOS 10, WatchOS 3 Programming | Tutorial #15 - Advanced Grouped UITableView
 
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Hi guys, today I'm going to teach you how to use different custom UITableViewCells in different sections of a Grouped Style UITableView Social networks: Twitter: twitter.com/PatrikWWDC Video / Audio Quality: Video: 1080p 60fps Audio: Apple ProRes 422
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UITableView Pt 4: Create Custom Table View Cell, Dynamic Table View Cell Height, Self-Sizing Cell
 
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JOIN THIS COURSE FOR FREE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview UITableView and UITableViewController are used in almost all iOS apps. This is one of the most critical skills every iOS developer must master. In this course, we will build a photos browser app using Table View and Table View Controller. Join me today in this course, you'll learn everything about Table View in these 10 lessons: 1. Introduction to UITableView and UITableViewController 2: Create Data Model Classes to Display On UITableView & UITableViewController 3: Create Basic UITableView and UITableViewController, UITableViewCell 4: Create Custom Table View Cell, Dynamic Table View Cell Height, Self-Sizing Cell 5. Create multiple sections in Table View 6. Delete rows from table view 7. Use drag and drop to move cells around table view 8. Create static table view 9. Use show segue and navigation controller to transition from master to detail view controller 10. Where to go from here. JOIN THIS COURSE FOR FREE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview ******************************** *** ABOUT CODE MASTERY *** ******************************** Code Mastery is hosted by Duc Tran, founder of Developers Academy. This is his free-style no notes, no teleprompter presentation and live coding broadcast with you guys everyday. To join Duc's free courses, register for free at http://ductran.co/ ************************* *** MEET DUC TRAN *** ************************* Duc Tran is founder of Developers Academy, one of the world's leading iOS, Android and Web development trainers. More than 2,000,000 developers have studied his video trainings; 100,000 developers see his posts each month. Each year, Duc has helped 20,000 plus developers graduate from his online courses or video series. ************************************************* *** FREE TRAININGS IN IOS DEVELOPMENT *** ************************************************* To subscribe and get free tutorials, courses and weekly content, visit me at: http://ductran.co/ Connect with Duc on facebook: http://facebook.com/ductranfan Tweet him: https://twitter.com/ductrongtran Get daily inspiration: http://instagram.com/ductran.co/ /************************************************/ CODE IN THIS COURSE - CONTROLLERS GROUP /************************************************/ // ** AppleProductsTableViewController.swift class AppleProductsTableViewController: UITableViewController { lazy var productLines: [ProductLine] = { return ProductLine.productLines() }() // MARK: - VC Lifecycle override func viewDidLoad() { super.viewDidLoad() navigationItem.rightBarButtonItem = editButtonItem // Make the row height dynamic tableView.estimatedRowHeight = tableView.rowHeight tableView.rowHeight = UITableViewAutomaticDimension } override func viewWillAppear(_ animated: Bool) { super.viewWillAppear(animated) tableView.reloadData() } // MARK: - UITableViewDataSource override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, titleForHeaderInSection section: Int) - String? { let productLine = productLines[section] return productLine.name } override func numberOfSections(in tableView: UITableView) - Int { return productLines.count } override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int) - Int { let productLine = productLines[section] return productLine.products.count // the number of products in the section } // indexPath: which section and which row override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) - UITableViewCell { let cell = tableView.dequeueReusableCell(withIdentifier: "Product Cell", for: indexPath) as! ProductTableViewCell let productLine = productLines[indexPath.section] let product = productLine.products[indexPath.row] cell.configureCellWith(product) return cell } // MARK: - Edit Tableview override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, commit editingStyle: UITableViewCellEditingStyle, forRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) { if editingStyle == UITableViewCellEditingStyle.delete { let productLine = productLines[indexPath.section] productLine.products.remove(at: indexPath.row) // tell the table view to update with new data source // tableView.reloadData() Bad way! tableView.deleteRows(at: [indexPath], with: UITableViewRowAnimation.automatic) } } // ** JOIN THE COURSE AND GET ALL THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview
Views: 11293 David Tran
UITableView Grouped - Swift 4 - Xcode - Español
 
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Aprende como usar las vistas de tabla grouped, el contenido del video es compatible con Swift 4 y Xcode 9. Conviértete en un Experto en desarrollar software para las plataformas de Apple en Campus iOS Online: http://www.campusiosonline.com
Views: 948 Sergio Becerril
Swift Grouped Messages: UITableView Section Date Headers (Ep 3)
 
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In today's lesson, let's improve the look and feel of our application by providing some sections and headers. We'll be restructuring our messages to provide our table with the appropriate data. Finally, we can create a custom Date function that helps us create custom dates for our messages. Enjoy. Podcasts Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/Podcasts Intermediate Training Core Data https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/intermediate-training-core-data Instagram Firebase Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/instagram-firebase Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1240636442694543/ Completed Source Code https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course_video?id=3622 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildthatapp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/buildthatapp
Views: 8813 Lets Build That App
Expandable and Collapsible Sections UITableView (Ep 3)
 
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Going to answer a user request from the comments section and show the folks here how to implement expandable sections inside a UITableView. This type of behavior really reminds me of an accordion type of component you find on websites. The solution I'm implementing for today's video is pretty basic, there are plenty of improvements that you can include. Previous Lesson: https://youtu.be/whbyVPFFh4M Intermediate Training Core Data https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/intermediate-training-core-data Instagram Firebase Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course/instagram-firebase Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1240636442694543/ iOS Basic Training Course https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/basic-training Completed Source Code https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/course_video?id=2242 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/buildthatapp
Views: 45246 Lets Build That App
UITableView | Custom Cells! (Swift 4 in Xcode)
 
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Today we're gonna dive into creating custom table view cells using all code baby! Hope you guys enjoy it! :D Music by Andrew ApplePie Jarvis Desk - https://goo.gl/JbVrWF Fully Lumen Lamp - https://goo.gl/ndZUKD Topo Anti-Fatigue Mat - https://goo.gl/sZ2n52 ~Social Stuff~ Website - https://www.archetapp.com Twitter/Instagram - @archetapp
Views: 52763 Jared Davidson
Create Stretchy Header Effect for UITableView Tutorial - iOS Development Tutorial (Part 1)
 
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DOWNLOAD + free iOS course: http://bit.ly/codehangout-37 Looking at apps like Twitter, Apple Music, Yahoo News Digest, Facebook F8, they all have a stunningly interactive UI. One of these features is the stretchy header effect that people always love. It adds a sense of interactivity, depth and playfulness into your app. Let's learn how to create it in this episode of Code Hangout. As always, download the starter project below. After you sign up with your name and email, I'll send you the projects and my new iOS email course as my THANKS for joining me in Code Hangout! DOWNLOAD + free iOS course: http://bit.ly/codehangout-37 ************************************* *** ABOUT CODE HANGOUT *** ************************************* Code Hangout is hosted by Duc Tran, founder of Developers Academy. This is his free-style no notes, no teleprompter presentation and live coding broadcast with you guys everyday. To join Duc LIVE, register for free at http://live.ductran.co/ ****************************************************** *** FREE TRAININGS IN IOS DEVELOPMENT *** ****************************************************** To subscribe and get free tutorials, courses and weekly content, visit me at: http://ductran.co/ Get Duc's free new iOS crash course: http://developersacademy.io/ Join Duc's programs: http://learn.developersacademy.io/ Join Total iOS Blueprint: http://iOS.CodeWithDuc.com/ Join Socialize Your Apps: http://parse.CodeWithDuc.com/ Go to his blog, new content daily: http://ductran.mykajabi.com/blog
Views: 22110 David Tran
Stanford - Developing iOS 8 Apps with Swift - 10. Table View
 
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Paul Hegarty covers the UITextField object and Table View. Class documents and assignments: http://goo.gl/GcMtJs Topics Include: UITextField, UIControl, Keyboard, UITableView, Plain Style, Grouped Style, Sections, Cell Types, UITableViewCell, dataSource, Segue, Delegate
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UITableView Grouped - Swift
 
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UITableView-Grouped is a part of UIKit Framework - In this Lecture you are going to Learn how to create UITableView-Grouped and the easiest way to create table for setting app without refreshing the data of the table Download Xcode files from this Link https://www.dropbox.com/s/1zys0su28nkwd3q/UITableView-Grouped.zip?dl=0 Made by Hamad Fouad © All Rights Reserved ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Share these Tutorials to all your friends who wants to learn about IOS Developing, if you have any question you can ask me down below in comments ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Twitter : @iHamadFouad instagram : @ihamadfouad subscribe to my channel
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IOS 12, Swift 4, Tutorial :  Indexed  Table View With Section (UITableViewController)
 
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Welcome to Indexed Table View iOS Tutorial ! Level : Beginners An indexed table is fundamentally the same as a plain-style table, but with an index running down the right hand edge. Typically, this index displays letters or numbers, which the user can tap to automatically scroll the table to the relevant section. In this tutorial,a number of car brands will be displayed in a table view and the first letter will be used for the index. This tutorial is made with Xcode 10 and built for iOS 12. You will be using UITableViewController, numberOfSections, tableView, numberOfRowsInSection, count, cellForRowAt, UITableViewCell, @IBAction, @IBOutlet , titleForHeaderInSection, sectionIndexTitles, section and understand how to add new Navigation Controller to the scene and make them initial view by Xcode. I 'll all show you various ways to implementing it. This Project Source Code : GitHub : https://github.com/soonin/IOS-Swift-IndexedTableView GitHub : https://github.com/soonin/IOS-Swift-UITableViewIndexed licensed under Creative Commons ::::: ATTN ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Also For better search in Youtube channel you can go to "SwiftVillage" Blog here : Blog : http://swiftvillage.blogspot.com/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/codingchallenge/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/swiftvillage1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Wish the Best For you :) IOS, Swift, Tutorial, Tricks, programmatically , Xcode , IOS 11+, Swift 4+, Beginners, Tutorial , intermediate , senior , IOS 12, Swift 4, UITableViewController, numberOfSections, tableView, numberOfRowsInSection, count, cellForRowAt, UITableViewCell, @IBAction, @IBOutlet , titleForHeaderInSection, sectionIndexTitles, section References & Related links : https://developer.apple.com/
Creating a Custom UITableViewCell in Swift 2.0
 
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In this video tutorial we are going to create a Custom #UITableViewCell in #Swift for our table view in our iOS app. ** The code on GitHub is written and compiled for Swift 3.1 and iOS 10.3 on Xcode 8.3. (Updated 04-06-17) ** This video builds on the last Swift video, #UITableView #tutorial using Swift 2.0. In the last video we created a tableview app that displayed several items that made us happy in a list. That's the code we're going to start with. That code created a table view that lists happy things using the default cell style. This is really cool, but we can do much better. From a visual perspective, our app is kinda boring. ▼ Like the video? Don't forget to subscribe! ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/subscribe ▼ Keep up to date with the newsletter! ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/newsletter/ ▼ Transcript and code ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/creating-custom-uitableviewcell-swift/ ▼ Concepts: iOS, swift, tableview, swift tableview, swift tableview sections, swift tableview cell, swift tableview header, swift tableview delegate, swift tableview controller, swift tableview didselectrowatindexpath, swift tableview cellforrowatindexpath ▼ Social Links: Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions. EMAIL ➜ [email protected] TWITTER ➜ http://www.twitter.com/deege FACEBOOK ➜ https://www.facebook.com/deegeu.programming.tutorials GOOGLE+ ➜ http://google.com/+Deegeu-programming-tutorials ▼ About Me ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/about-programming-tutorial-videos/ ▼ Related Videos: The iOS/Swift Survival Guide ➜ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZlGOBonMjFXDbJvSkkrUeoJU4aXW6qui ▼ Media credits: All images are owned by DJ Spiess unless listed below: Colored Tomatoes used under Creative Commons CC0 via PixaBay No copyright infringement intended. EDM Detection Mode by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500026 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Learn ios online: Make tableview programmatically swift3 | Free iOS Tutorials | app development
 
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Topic: Learn ios online : How to make tableview programmatically in swift3 | Free iOS Tutorials What is UITableView? UITable​View is: Displays hierarchical lists of information and supports selection and editing of the information. A table view displays a list of items in a single column. UITable​View is a subclass of UIScroll​View, which allows users to scroll through the table, although UITable​View allows vertical scrolling only. The cells comprising the individual items of the table are UITable​View​Cell objects; UITable​View uses these objects to draw the visible rows of the table. Cells have content—titles and images—and can have, near the right edge, accessory views. Standard accessory views are disclosure indicators or detail disclosure buttons; the former leads to the next level in a data hierarchy and the latter leads to a detailed view of a selected item. Accessory views can also be framework controls, such as switches and sliders, or can be custom views. Table views can enter an editing mode where users can insert, delete, and reorder rows of the table. A table view is made up of zero or more sections, each with its own rows. Sections are identified by their index number within the table view, and rows are identified by their index number within a section. Any section can optionally be preceded by a section header, and optionally be followed by a section footer. Table views can have one of two styles, plain and grouped. When you create a UITable​View instance you must specify a table style, and this style cannot be changed. In the plain style, section headers and footers float above the content if the part of a complete section is visible. A table view can have an index that appears as a bar on the right hand side of the table (for example, "A" through "Z"). You can touch a particular label to jump to the target section. The grouped style of table view provides a default background color and a default background view for all cells. The background view provides a visual grouping for all cells in a particular section. For example, one group could be a person's name and title, another group for phone numbers that the person uses, and another group for email accounts and so on. See the Settings application for examples of grouped tables. Table views in the grouped style cannot have an index. Many methods of UITable​View take NSIndex​Path objects as parameters and return values. UITable​View declares a category on NSIndex​Path that enables you to get the represented row index (row property) and section index (section property), and to construct an index path from a given row index and section index (init(row:​section:​) method). Especially in table views with multiple sections, you must evaluate the section index before identifying a row by its index number. More info and reference: https://developer.apple.com/reference/uikit/uitableview Subscribe Us: https://goo.gl/TBOEWO ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ We want to create more videos tutorial for help people that want to learn more about mobile development web development and new technology. ikhmer4ever.com try to gather more about new technique about programming ,mobile app design ,app development, UI and UX Design, and also the real app in the world that currently use and making for production and help people too. Thanks Finally Please Subscribe Our Channels for more knowledge. Find us on: Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/W8Vjnu Youtube Channel: https://goo.gl/TBOEWO Website:http://www.ikhmer4ever.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ikhmer4ver Free Android Training here: - http://bit.ly/2ctZrZM - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvgzzuYV4WA&list=PLcwcuvlq19zzoMZL1C4UGmiF3EANHqHR0 Free iOS Training here: - http://bit.ly/2ctG5GX - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG3y42E3ipQ&list=PLcwcuvlq19zwZhw-PNP8QrDWhKC9-UWIY More video mobile app training: 1. https://youtu.be/bA2wDt7MznE 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8x64hzj4xko 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnHH6MOcEac 4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pTh133mbpI 5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5df2vN9HcY4 6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUWsmLaXBmE 7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39P-KGTpdTs 8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umpktKQxdbo 9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoN4etY7cAo 10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDBURPB09wA More benefit: - learn swift online | ios tutorial | online tutorial | swift uitableview tutorial | ios listview | swift navigation | navigation controller swift | xcode storyboard tutorial | uicollectionview programmatically | swift xcode tutorial | swift for app development | business mobile app development create uitableview programmatically swift, uitableview example objective c, uitableview programmatically swift 3, create uitableviewcell programmatically swift 3, uitableview example swift, objective c uitableview custom cell,
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UITableView Pt 5/10:  CREATE MULTIPLE SECTIONS IN TABLE VIEW
 
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JOIN THIS COURSE FOR FREE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview UITableView and UITableViewController are used in almost all iOS apps. This is one of the most critical skills every iOS developer must master. In this course, we will build a photos browser app using Table View and Table View Controller. Join me today in this course, you'll learn everything about Table View in these 10 lessons: 1. Introduction to UITableView and UITableViewController 2: Create Data Model Classes to Display On UITableView & UITableViewController 3: Create Basic UITableView and UITableViewController, UITableViewCell 4: Create Custom Table View Cell, Dynamic Table View Cell Height, Self-Sizing Cell 5. Create multiple sections in Table View 6. Delete rows from table view 7. Use drag and drop to move cells around table view 8. Create static table view 9. Use show segue and navigation controller to transition from master to detail view controller 10. Where to go from here. JOIN THIS COURSE FOR FREE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview ******************************** *** ABOUT CODE MASTERY *** ******************************** Code Mastery is hosted by Duc Tran, founder of Developers Academy. This is his free-style no notes, no teleprompter presentation and live coding broadcast with you guys everyday. To join Duc's free courses, register for free at http://ductran.co/ ************************* *** MEET DUC TRAN *** ************************* Duc Tran is founder of Developers Academy, one of the world's leading iOS, Android and Web development trainers. More than 2,000,000 developers have studied his video trainings; 100,000 developers see his posts each month. Each year, Duc has helped 20,000 plus developers graduate from his online courses or video series. ************************************************* *** FREE TRAININGS IN IOS DEVELOPMENT *** ************************************************* To subscribe and get free tutorials, courses and weekly content, visit me at: http://ductran.co/ Connect with Duc on facebook: http://facebook.com/ductranfan Tweet him: https://twitter.com/ductrongtran Get daily inspiration: http://instagram.com/ductran.co/ /************************************************/ CODE IN THIS COURSE - CONTROLLERS GROUP /************************************************/ // ** AppleProductsTableViewController.swift class AppleProductsTableViewController: UITableViewController { lazy var productLines: [ProductLine] = { return ProductLine.productLines() }() // MARK: - VC Lifecycle override func viewDidLoad() { super.viewDidLoad() navigationItem.rightBarButtonItem = editButtonItem // Make the row height dynamic tableView.estimatedRowHeight = tableView.rowHeight tableView.rowHeight = UITableViewAutomaticDimension } override func viewWillAppear(_ animated: Bool) { super.viewWillAppear(animated) tableView.reloadData() } // MARK: - UITableViewDataSource override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, titleForHeaderInSection section: Int) - String? { let productLine = productLines[section] return productLine.name } override func numberOfSections(in tableView: UITableView) - Int { return productLines.count } override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int) - Int { let productLine = productLines[section] return productLine.products.count // the number of products in the section } // indexPath: which section and which row override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) - UITableViewCell { let cell = tableView.dequeueReusableCell(withIdentifier: "Product Cell", for: indexPath) as! ProductTableViewCell let productLine = productLines[indexPath.section] let product = productLine.products[indexPath.row] cell.configureCellWith(product) return cell } // MARK: - Edit Tableview override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, commit editingStyle: UITableViewCellEditingStyle, forRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) { if editingStyle == UITableViewCellEditingStyle.delete { let productLine = productLines[indexPath.section] productLine.products.remove(at: indexPath.row) // tell the table view to update with new data source // tableView.reloadData() Bad way! tableView.deleteRows(at: [indexPath], with: UITableViewRowAnimation.automatic) } } // ** JOIN THE COURSE AND GET ALL THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.ductran.co/p/tableview
Views: 4877 David Tran
IOS Swift tutorial: multiple tableview in swift
 
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SoureCode: https://github.com/huynhbahieu/Swift_tutorial My website: http://www.huynhbahieu.com
Views: 5420 Huynh Ba Hieu
Swipe to Edit Table View Row - Part 18 - Itinerary App (iOS, Xcode 10, Swift 4.2)
 
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In the last video you learned how to swipe to delete a table view row and present the user with an alert. In this video you will learn about swiping right and showing and edit action. When tapped we will present the user with our popup with the trip title and image loaded. You're also going to learn some other things such as new Xcode 10 and Swift 4.2 features, calling a segue in code, problems with named colors and image assets, a tool to find matching colors to expand your color theme and much more! -- CODE UPDATES -- There are some things I forgot to cover while teaching that are important. 1. We want to reset the tripIndexToEdit in our TripsViewController before the popup opens. If we don't set tripIndexToEdit back to nil then the popup will always think you want to edit when you try to ADD a new trip. We want to do this in the prepareForSegue: override func prepare(for segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: Any?) {     if segue.identifier == "toAddTripSegue" {         let popup = segue.destination as! AddTripViewController         popup.tripIndexToEdit = tripIndexToEdit         popup.doneSaving = { [weak self] in             self?.tableView.reloadData()         }         tripIndexToEdit = nil     } } 2. I forgot to change the popup's title (titleLabel) when we are editing a trip! Here is the code we want in the popup's viewDidLoad: if let index = tripIndexToEdit { let trip = Data.tripModels[index] tripTextField.text = trip.title imageView.image = trip.image titleLabel.text = "Edit Trip" } 🛠 Project Files: https://www.patreon.com/posts/21706822 ✴️ Patreon (where to get the code): http://www.patreon.com/bigmountainstudio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bigmountainstudio Code Blog: http://swiftquickstart.blogspot.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmtnstudio GitHub: https://github.com/bigmountainstudio Want to buy me a coffee or a beer? ☕️ 🍻 ✊🏼 Venmo: @MarkMoeykens 🥇 Bitcoin: 1NoyTWYTZZXA6H8djuNp9WKRSJyvjwMFeA 🥈 Ethereum: 0x1CbAa9eaf94a06e60F1c5E9a5ca43DD8A631F89a 🥉 Bitcoin Cash: 1Jr96L7s8AP1cDx1Vy53mvAkXwvC97oVCp 🏅 Litecoin: MWh4FVUyPPYfSNcka3z5LgJQLjHRxPh413 #markmoeykens #bigmountainstudio #iosdevelopment
Views: 2975 Mark Moeykens
Creating a UITableViewController with sections in iOS 9
 
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In this tutorial I'll walk you through the process of creating unique sections and section headings for your TableViewControllers. Find project files & a text based walkthrough here: https://www.codebeaulieu.com/34/Creating-a-UITableViewController-with-sections-in-iOS-9
Views: 3051 Daniel Beaulieu
Learning iOS Development Part 45 (Grouping in UITableView)
 
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In this screencast Mohammad Azam will demonstrate how to create grouping in UITableView. Azam will explain how you can create a native app like iPhone contacts.
Views: 2184 azamsharp
How To Use Static Table View Cells In Xcode 8 (Swift 3)
 
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In this video, I show you how you to use static table view cells, how you can use them to make a setting page and why they are awesome. This tutorial is completed in Xcode 8, using Swift 3. Check out my Swift courses: https://www.udemy.com/user/sehehe/ Project files: http://wp.me/p7UH2k-4n
Views: 27905 The Swift Guy
[Silent iOS 007-02] Style configuration for UITableViewCell
 
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Silent Movie Tutorial Series - iOS Apps Development Course 007-02. Beginning UITableView - Style configuration for UITableViewCell
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iOS Dev. #1 - UITableView Tutorial & Design Swift Xcode
 
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Thank you for your contributions to my projects. With your help, I am able to showcase, teach and inspire people all over the world! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EE_Enthusiast Software: Will be posted soon. In this video, we’re going for a full walkthrough of a UITableView for iOS. The language used is Swift and we’re implementing this technique in two different ways. The first one is adding a UITableViewController onto the storyboard and in the second one, we are adding a tableview to a UIViewController. There are quite different in their implementation, so make sure to know both! Get in touch: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EEEnthusiast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EE_Enthusiast Website: http://eeenthusiast.com GitHub: https://github.com/VRomanov89 Personal website: http://vladromanov.com Relevant Search Terms: iOS, Programming, Swift, UITableView, UITableViewController, Cell, UITableViewCell, StoryBoard, Game Programming, Tutorial, Xcode, XCode Beta, iOS 10, iOS 10 Features, ios development swift, ios developer story, ios tutorial swift, ios tutorial for beginners
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UITableView with Swift Series Pt 3: Multiple Sections
 
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GET THIS FREE COURSE: http://ductran.io/uitableview Have you ever used apps like Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat and wondered how you can build some apps like that? If you noticed, these apps all display data in table format whether it is posts, friends, followers, or photos. UITableView, UITableViewController and UITableViewCell are all we talk about in this free 4-part iOS course for you! Join me now: http://ductran.io/uitableview ************************************* *** ABOUT CODE HANGOUT *** ************************************* Code Hangout is hosted by Duc Tran, founder of Developers Academy. This is his free-style no notes, no teleprompter presentation and live coding broadcast with you guys everyday. To join Duc LIVE, register for free at http://live.ductran.co/ ****************************************************** *** FREE TRAININGS IN IOS DEVELOPMENT *** ****************************************************** To subscribe and get free tutorials, courses and weekly content, visit me at: http://ductran.co/ Get Duc's free new iOS crash course: http://developersacademy.io/ Join Duc's programs: http://learn.developersacademy.io/ Join Total iOS Blueprint: http://iOS.CodeWithDuc.com/ Join Socialize Your Apps: http://parse.CodeWithDuc.com/ Go to his blog, new content daily: http://ductran.mykajabi.com/blog
Views: 38916 David Tran
Table View Controllers - Beginning Table Views with Xcode 10, iOS 12, Swift 4.2 - raywenderlich.com
 
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Table views are an integral part of iOS. In this video, you'll get an overview of them and what this course will cover. Download the Course Materials: https://files.betamax.raywenderlich.com/attachments/videos/1979/dd3697bf-7880-4211-b4c4-156efd35b6cf.zip Watch the full course: https://www.raywenderlich.com/5995-beginning-table-views --- About www.raywenderlich.com: raywenderlich.com is a website focused on developing high quality programming tutorials. Our goal is to take the coolest and most challenging topics and make them easy for everyone to learn – so we can all make amazing apps. We are also focused on developing a strong community. Our goal is to help each other reach our dreams through friendship and cooperation. As you can see below, a bunch of us have joined forces to make this happen: authors, editors, subject matter experts, app reviewers, and most importantly our amazing readers! --- From Apple's Human Interface Guidelines: (https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/views/tables/) A table presents data as a scrolling, single-column list of rows that can be divided into sections or groups. Use a table to display large or small amounts of information cleanly and efficiently in the form of a list. Generally speaking, tables are ideal for text-based content, and often appear as a means of navigation on one side of a split view, with related content shown on the opposite side. iOS implements two styles of table, plain and grouped Plain. Rows can be separated into labeled sections, and an optional index can appear vertically along the right edge of the table. A header can appear before the first item in a section, and a footer can appear after the last item. Grouped. Rows are displayed in groups, which can be preceded by a header and followed by a footer. This style of table always contains at least one group and each group always contains at least one row. A grouped table doesn’t include an index. Think about table width. Thin tables can cause truncation and wrapping, making them hard to read and scan quickly at a distance. Wide tables can also be difficult to read and scan, and can take away space from content. Begin showing table content quickly. Don’t wait for extensive table content to load before showing something. Fill onscreen rows with textual data immediately and show more complex data—such as images—as it becomes available. This technique gives people useful information right away and increases the perceived responsiveness of your app. In some cases, showing stale, older data may make sense until fresh, new data arrives. Communicate progress as content loads. If a table’s data takes time to load, show a progress bar or spinning activity indicator to reassure people that your app is still running. Keep content fresh. Consider updating your table’s content regularly to reflect newer data. Just don’t change the scrolling position. Instead, add the content to the beginning or end of the table, and let people scroll to it when they’re ready. Some apps display an indicator when new data has been added, and provide a control for jumping right to it. It’s also a good idea to include a refresh control, so people can manually perform an update at any time. Avoid combining an index with table rows containing right-aligned elements. An index is controlled by performing large swiping gestures. If other interactive elements reside nearby, such as disclosure indicators, it may be difficult to discern the user’s intent when a gesture occurs and the wrong element may be activated. Table Rows You use standard table cell styles to define how content appears in table rows. Basic (Default). An optional image on the left side of the row, followed by a left-aligned title. It’s a good option for displaying items that don’t require supplementary information. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleDefault constant of UITableViewCell. Subtitle. A left-aligned title on one line and a left-aligned subtitle on the next. This style works well in a table where rows are visually similar. The additional subtitle helps distinguish rows from one another. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleSubtitle constant of UITableViewCell. Right Detail (Value 1). A left-aligned title with a right-aligned subtitle on the same line. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleValue1 constant of UITableViewCell. Left Detail (Value 2). A right-aligned title, followed by a left-aligned subtitle on the same line. For developer guidance, see UITableViewCellStyleValue2 constant of UITableViewCell. All standard table cell styles also allow graphical elements, such as a checkmark or disclosure indicator. Of course, adding these elements decreases the space available for titles and subtitles.
Views: 1360 raywenderlich.com
UITableView Static Cells iOS
 
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Это домашнее задание к уроку номер 29 UITableView Static Cells по курсу Алексея Скутаренко, размещенному в группе в контакте: http://vk.com/iOSDevCourse. Урок размещен по ссылке https://youtu.be/H4b-FITZdiQ
CaseIterable Enum для TableView
 
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Всем привет! Вы помните, что у нас на носу новый Swift 4.2 и сегодня мы поработаем энумом подписанным под протокол CaseIterable. С помощью данной связки мы с вами посмотрим как можно красиво создать статический TableView. Поехали! Ссылка на конечный проект: https://github.com/IvanAkulov/iOS-Demos/blob/master/60.%20iOS12%20Swift%204.2TableViewAppWithEnum.zip Подробнее об изучении Swift вы можете узнать на нашем сайте: https://swiftbook.ru Наш форум, где вы всегда можете задать ваши вопросы: https://forum.swiftbook.ru Присоединяйтесь к нашей группе в "ВКонтакте": https://vk.com/swiftbook Присоединяйтесь к нашей группе в "facebook": https://www.facebook.com/swiftbook.ru Мы в telegram: https://t.me/swiftbook_chat
Views: 1135 Акулов Иван
Learning iOS Development Part 69 Creating a Non-Floating TableView Section Header
 
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In this screencast Mohammad Azam will demonstrate how to create a non-floating UITableView section header which will scroll along with the UITableView cells.
Views: 3456 azamsharp
Xcode 5: Custom UITableViewCell Tutorial
 
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Here you will learn how to make a custom cell for your table views in Xcode 5. In this example the cell contains a picture and text label.
Views: 2019 Xcode Newbie
How To Add A Settings Page To Your App | Swift 4 | Xcode 10
 
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Here we go over how to create a settings page for your iOS applications. This is a scalable solution that serves as a template for you to drop into any app. Easily add or remove options for your users. Download the template source code below to get started with the tutorial. ** RESOURCES ** Template Source Code: https://github.com/sdowless/SettingsTemplate/archive/master.zip Completed Source Code: https://github.com/sdowless/SettingsTemplate/archive/CompletedProject.zip ** COURSES ** Instagram Clone w/ Firebase: https://www.udemy.com/instagram-clone-w-swift-4-firebase-and-push-notifications/ Discount Code: CODEMORE MapKit Course w/ Swift 4: https://appstuff.teachable.com/purchase?product_id=975071 ** SOCIAL MEDIA ** Instagram - @appstuffllc *** NEW TO THE CHANNEL? *** My name is Stephan Dowless I am a professional iOS developer based out of Washington DC Here to help you learn :) *** SUPPORT THE CHANNEL AND NEW VIDEOS *** Venmo: @stephan-dowless
Views: 1611 AppStuff
UITableViewController rearrange or reorder table cells example in Swift
 
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In this video I demonstrate how to implement a feature that allows users of your mobile app to rearrange table cells. Users will be able to grab the table cell and drag and drop it at a different position in table view. Code from this video can be found here:
Views: 6321 Sergey Kargopolov
Storyboard Tips - Grouping Controls (iOS, Xcode)
 
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In almost all design applications the ability to group objects exists. Well it also exists in Xcode on Storyboards. Learn how to organize and gain better control over the controls on your storyboard. New in Xcode 10 is the ability to group controls with OR without the margin. They give you 2 choices now. Thanks, Apple! Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/bigmountainstudio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bigmountainstudio Code Blog: http://swiftquickstart.blogspot.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmtnstudio
Views: 2770 Mark Moeykens
iOS Programming Tutorial - Configure the UITableViewCell using Objective C - 31
 
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Hey Guies, Good News to all of you. Learn Different technologies free. Learn free iOS Development, Phonegap Development, DotNet Development by just watching this video tutorial. Recorded for Infologs. Get more free videos on infologs and get ready for job. checkout the website: https://goo.gl/aJwlIF For more videos visit ------------------------------------------------------------------------ http://infologs.in/ http://youtube.com/webboostings/ http://webboostings.blogspot.in/ Follow us on social media -------------------------------------------------------------------------. http://facebook.com/technewsoninfologs https://twitter.com/webboostings Download Project from -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://infologs.in/ http://github.com/infologs/ Thanks ABhishek
Views: 1568 Ravi Bedre
How to use Static Table View Cells! (Xcode 8 : Swift 3)
 
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Beginning Table Views with Xcode 10, iOS 12, Swift 4.2 - Course Introduction - raywenderlich.com
 
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Table views are an integral part of iOS. In this video, you'll get an overview of them and what this course will cover. Watch the full course: https://www.raywenderlich.com/5995-beginning-table-views --- About www.raywenderlich.com: raywenderlich.com is a website focused on developing high quality programming tutorials. Our goal is to take the coolest and most challenging topics and make them easy for everyone to learn – so we can all make amazing apps. We are also focused on developing a strong community. Our goal is to help each other reach our dreams through friendship and cooperation. As you can see below, a bunch of us have joined forces to make this happen: authors, editors, subject matter experts, app reviewers, and most importantly our amazing readers! --- From Apple's Human Interface Guidelines: (https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/views/tables/) A table presents data as a scrolling, single-column list of rows that can be divided into sections or groups. Use a table to display large or small amounts of information cleanly and efficiently in the form of a list. Generally speaking, tables are ideal for text-based content, and often appear as a means of navigation on one side of a split view, with related content shown on the opposite side. iOS implements two styles of table, plain and grouped Plain. Rows can be separated into labeled sections, and an optional index can appear vertically along the right edge of the table. A header can appear before the first item in a section, and a footer can appear after the last item. Grouped. Rows are displayed in groups, which can be preceded by a header and followed by a footer. This style of table always contains at least one group and each group always contains at least one row. A grouped table doesn’t include an index. Think about table width. Thin tables can cause truncation and wrapping, making them hard to read and scan quickly at a distance. Wide tables can also be difficult to read and scan, and can take away space from content. Begin showing table content quickly. Don’t wait for extensive table content to load before showing something. Fill onscreen rows with textual data immediately and show more complex data—such as images—as it becomes available. This technique gives people useful information right away and increases the perceived responsiveness of your app. In some cases, showing stale, older data may make sense until fresh, new data arrives. Communicate progress as content loads. If a table’s data takes time to load, show a progress bar or spinning activity indicator to reassure people that your app is still running. Keep content fresh. Consider updating your table’s content regularly to reflect newer data. Just don’t change the scrolling position. Instead, add the content to the beginning or end of the table, and let people scroll to it when they’re ready. Some apps display an indicator when new data has been added, and provide a control for jumping right to it. It’s also a good idea to include a refresh control, so people can manually perform an update at any time. Avoid combining an index with table rows containing right-aligned elements. An index is controlled by performing large swiping gestures. If other interactive elements reside nearby, such as disclosure indicators, it may be difficult to discern the user’s intent when a gesture occurs and the wrong element may be activated. Table Rows You use standard table cell styles to define how content appears in table rows. Basic (Default). An optional image on the left side of the row, followed by a left-aligned title. It’s a good option for displaying items that don’t require supplementary information. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleDefault constant of UITableViewCell. Subtitle. A left-aligned title on one line and a left-aligned subtitle on the next. This style works well in a table where rows are visually similar. The additional subtitle helps distinguish rows from one another. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleSubtitle constant of UITableViewCell. Right Detail (Value 1). A left-aligned title with a right-aligned subtitle on the same line. For developer guidance, see the UITableViewCellStyleValue1 constant of UITableViewCell. Left Detail (Value 2). A right-aligned title, followed by a left-aligned subtitle on the same line. For developer guidance, see UITableViewCellStyleValue2 constant of UITableViewCell. All standard table cell styles also allow graphical elements, such as a checkmark or disclosure indicator. Of course, adding these elements decreases the space available for titles and subtitles. Keep text succinct to avoid clipping. Truncated words and phrases are hard to scan and decipher. Text truncation is automatic in all table cell styles, but it can present more or less of a problem depending on which cell style you use and where truncation occurs.
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