|ReleasedLast Release||May 2015|
DEPRECATED: This library is no longer maintained. It has been replaced with the newer SKStatefulTableViewController.
STableViewController is a custom table view controller that supports pull-to-refresh and load-more. It was designed to have views and behaviors that can be easily customized.
See the demo project in
To start, simply copy
STableViewController.m into your project file.
STableViewController is not very useful on its own. It has to be subclassed to apply your custom views and adjust any behavior. To get started quickly, you may include these files for reference:
DemoTableViewController- subclass of
STableViewController. This declares what views to use for pull-to-refresh and load-more. Also includes samples on what methods to override for data loading and a sample customization to interact with the header and footer views depending on the situation.
DemoTableHeaderView- the view used for pull-to-refresh
DemoTableFooterView- the view used for load-more
You may also opt to implement your own subclass for
STableViewController and use your own
views for pull-to-refresh and load-more.
STableViewController.h for more information on the methods available.