Lesson 11 - iOS ToDo app in Swift - Custom TableViewCell
In the previous lesson, iOS ToDo app in Swift - Working with the database, we talked about working with the Realm database in iOS.
To learn how to sort data, we're going to sort tasks by their priority. We'll
TableViewCell which is useful in many cases since the
basic cells often aren't enough. We'll indicate the task priority by color.
Let's drop a regular
View component on our
PrototypeCell and using constraints, align it
the left, top, and bottom edge. We'll finish the constraints by setting just the
Width to e.g.
Next to this
View, we'll also drop a
display the task text. We'll align the
from the left edge (i.e. from the priority
View), vertically. Now
the constraints are finished.
The main View Controller should look like this now:
Because we're creating a custom
TableViewCell, we'll need a
custom class for it as well. Let's add a new file to the project and don't
forget to choose Cocoa Touch Class, so that we can make the class a
UITableViewCell subclass. We'll name it
ToDoTableViewCell. The generated code looks like this:
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In this tutorial, we'll create a custom cell for TableView and add choosing the task priority to our ToDo app in Swift for iOS.
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