cs193p – Project #4 Assignment #4 Task #3

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Each section in the mentions table view should have an appropriate header.

We store already the title in our data structure, now just use it:
[swift]
override func tableView(tableView: UITableView, titleForHeaderInSection section: Int) -> String? {
return mentions[section].title
}
[/swift]

The complete code for task #3 is available on GitHub.

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cs193p – Project #4 Assignment #4 Task #2

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When a user clicks on a Tweet, segue to a new UITableViewController which has four sections showing the “mentions” in the Tweet: Images, URLs, Hashtags and Users. The first section displays (one per row) any images attached to the Tweet (found in the media variable in the Tweet class). The last three show the items described in Required Task 1 (again, one per row).

Add a new table view controller to story board and a new table-view-controller class which you link to the new controller. Add a segue from the tweet cell too the new controller (don’t forget to add a segue identifier).
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cs193p – Project #4 Assignment #4 Task #1

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Enhance Smashtag from lecture to highlight (in a different color for each) hashtags, urls and user screen names mentioned in the text of a Tweet (these are known as “mentions”). Note that mentions are already located for you in each Tweet by Twitter and show up as [IndexedKeyword]s in the Tweet class in the supplied Twitter code.

The tweet class provides nearly everything needed – arrays of indexed keywords. What’s left is to choose a color for the keyword type – as public properties of the cell view:
[swift]
var hashtagColor = UIColor.blueColor()
var urlColor = UIColor.redColor()
var userMentionsColor = UIColor.greenColor()
[/swift]
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cs193p – Lecture #10 Table View

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Though the lecture is called table view it starts with a “bonus topic”:

UITextField

The keyboard appears when a text field becomes first responder (becomeFirstResponder) and desperadoes when it resigns to be first responder (resignFirstResponder). To know when the return key has been pressed (functextFieldShouldReturn) or when editing has ended (textFieldDidEndEditing) is controlled via delegates or target/action notifications.
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