Most iOS apps use one or more UITableViews for at least some portion of their user interface. Unfortunately, UITableViewController code can often be home to monstrous if/else constructs employed to handle cell configuration and user interaction. This talk will illustrate the typical issues encountered with table view code. Whether form-like table views with a fixed number of rows, such as those found in settings views or those used to edit object data, or dynamic tables with multiple sections and rows within each section, you'll learn how to produce concise, readable, and powerful code.
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