Stubbornly standing valiant against the coming tide.
This post has been moved: click here
nice tutorial :) looking forward to the next ones.btw the sample code link doesn't work.
Sorry! Link fixed.
Wonderful tutorial!Thank you so much for helping out :)
Hey thanks for the tutorial, I downloaded it and it works like a charm, however, I can't get it to work from within a Navigation-base application. Whenever, I try to navigate (drill-down) to it the iPhone simulator crashes (with "no" errors). Are there some simple ways to make the connection or could you please provide a skeleton shell example where you load in the "SampleViewController" xib file from a navigation-base application?Regards,-David
It already is in a navigation-based application.
True, sorry I am little new at this, but (after you click "build and go") I am trying to first display a data table listings (of say row1, row2, etc.) and then use the "didSelectRowAtIndexPath" to load in the "SampleViewController" ... any help appreciated...
That will probably be part 4 of this series. In the meantime, check out the Beginning iPhone 3 Development book (handy link along the side of the page).
Thanks... I will check out that book...
thank you ,very much ,just what i needed
Thank you!! :)
That was a really good tutorial. Nice explanations. I've gone through 2 books and that's probably one of the best examples I've seen.-Thanks!
fantastic tutorial - love the explanations of how things are happening rather than just a list of steps. I was wrestling with this stuff all last night & lightbulbs have just been turned on in my head! Best,Martin
Awesome blog! Thanks heaps..
Hey just a question. Is it possible to resize the table view to maybe half of the screen, and have some buttons at the bottom half?
There is nothing special about a table view. Resize it just like you would any other view.
Awesome! I've learned so much from you blog. Great!Thank you! Unfortunately I can't really embody (because of the very low knowledge of your language) what I would have said in my home language. Anyway, such informations are really wonderful!
Thanks for the tutorial but it crashes Program Received signal SIGABRT
Then you did something wrong.
Best tutorial I've seen
Awesome Job ! Thanks !
Great presentation! Saved me at least 2 hours of googling :). Thanks a lot...
Very good explained! Thanks
Post a Comment