|Related to : How can properties be updated in custom Section Header that was implemented via the storyboard?|
|UITableview not updating uitableviewcell custom cell from storyboard|
Even though you've already accepted your own answer, I'll take a
moment to explain why you had that issue and how you can better
structure your UITableViews in the future.
The reason why "it shows all cells with these two buttons" when you
don't have those removeFromSubview lines is because by implementing
dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:, you're reusing your cells and the
contents thereof. Rep
|How to get index path row of current section if the previous section is collapsed and has 0 rows|
The idea with TLIPT is that you use a TLIndexPathDataModel to store
your data items and then the TLIndexPathDataModel APIs let you easily
convert indexPaths to data item and vise versa. So if you're using
TLCollapsibleTableViewController, you'd do something like this:
id myDataItem = [self.indexPathController.dataModel
If you need to find the index in an external arr
|Best practice to transition between view controllers in a custom container view controller in a storyboard?|
Since they're both contained within one ViewController, you probably
won't transition between them using present and dismiss.
I recently had a similar scenario where I finally went with using my
own custom transitions from the ContainerViewController.
There are some things to think about when using ViewController
containment. You should checkout this link on developer.apple,
containing some go
|Set custom controller properties in the route|
Everything you're doing is fine, but you need to define the email
property on the controller:
Currently, since Ember sees no email property on the controller, it's
passing it through and setting it on the model.
|Set custom header for the request made from tag|
You cannot change the browser's HTTP request for resources loaded by
the <img> tag. Whatever you are trying to do, you will need to
find an alternative approach.
For example, you could proxy the request through your own server and
modify the headers there. Or you could parametrise the URL of the
resource with a query string.
As Alex points out, you may also be able to use an XmlHTTPRequest