Advertise here




Advertise here

Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Badges

RLScott @ @ @ @

About

Username
RLScott
Joined
Visits
821
Last Active
Roles
Tutorial Authors, Registered Users
Points
108
Posts
1,667
Badges
13
  • Re: UITableViewCell :: How to NOT reuse a cell?

    A more straight-forward way to segregate cells is to establish two different reuse IDs - one that is used only for the first row and a different ID that is used for everything else, instead of using listIdentifier for all cells. That way the system will maintain two separate pools of reusable cells. You will be able to benefit from the performance gain of reusing cached cells without having to worry about a "first row" cell getting reused for some other row, or vice versa. You should not have to abandon cell reuse just to manage that activity indicator.

    Robert Scott
    Ypsilanti, Michigan
  • Re: Readings Bits from uint8_t

    <br /> TeamDire = PlayerSlot & 0x80;<br /> position = PlayerSlot & 7;<br />
  • Re: Do I need a new computer?

    If it's mid 2007 it can run Lion and Xcode 4.6.
    Thanks. This is the approach I am pursuing. It turns out Apple still sells Lion, but you have to call 1-800-MYAPPLE and place your order by phone, then wait a day or so for a download code while they process the order manually.

    This Mac Mini has been upgraded to 4Gb of RAM, so other than being slow, it should have plenty of iOS dev capability for quite a while.