Monthly Archives: September 2011
Well, I thought it would be fun to create a few tee shirts and I went to Zazzle to have them printed. Here’s what happened. The Original Designs I had three different designs that I had printed. One black shirt with printing on the front and back, one grey shirt with printing only on the [...]
Demo code showing how to incorporate BAMEasyTable into your own app can be downloaded here. Basically, you add BAMEasyTable.h and BAMEasyTable.m into your project and load it with an array or an array of arrays to create a powerful table with full searching capabilities. This demo will also show you how easy it is to add, delete and reorder rows.
Unleash BAMEasyTable’s Full Potential
BAMEasyTable is highly configurable. By using these delegate methods, you can unleash it’s full potential within your own apps. The full delegate is explained in detail in this protocol reference.
Quick and Painless Tables
BAMEasyTable is a class which handles the mechanics of a UITableView allowing you to write significantly less code to implement a table. You just drop the two files files into your project then load it with an array or an array of arrays. Immediately you will have a table that will display your table and allow users to search the rows in the table.