NSTableViewon Mac OS
NSTableView is more than just a way of displaying data in rows and columns. Its structure and implementation fits in tightly with many of the key features of Objective-C and Cocoa including protocols and delegates as you learned in Hour 19, “Using
UITableView on iOS,” p. 337. For a variety of reasons,
UITableView is implemented differently from its predecessor,
When Steve Jobs presented developers with the first in-depth look at Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) in autumn of 2010, the presentation was titled “Back to the Mac.” The point of the title was to emphasize ...