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SkillsCast

Cellular View Controllers

21st March 2019 in London at CodeNode

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In this talk, Robin will share why you might want to embed UIViewControllers inside your UITableViewCells. Together with Robin, you'll explore a sample implementation (without doing any embedding/containment) and slowly refactor/reason about it to arrive at a subclass that lets you enjoy the benefits of both Containment and Cell Reuse. You’ll also explore an implementation in Texture (formerly AsyncDisplayKit) to see the benefits in code reuse.

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Cellular View Controllers

Robin Malhotra

Robin Malhotra is an iOS engineer at GO-JEK, Indonesia's first "unicorn" company. His love affair with computers started with his dad’s hand-me-down IBM PC. He's a huge swift fan (both & Taylor) who spends his free time playing basketball (Go Dubs!) and working on open source. When he's not programming or wasting time on Reddit, he usually plays NBA 2K, Overwatch or Mass Effect. He's previously spoken at try! Swift Bangalore, and also speaks regularly at the Swift India meetups.

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In this talk, Robin will share why you might want to embed UIViewControllers inside your UITableViewCells. Together with Robin, you'll explore a sample implementation (without doing any embedding/containment) and slowly refactor/reason about it to arrive at a subclass that lets you enjoy the benefits of both Containment and Cell Reuse. You’ll also explore an implementation in Texture (formerly AsyncDisplayKit) to see the benefits in code reuse.

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About the Speaker

Cellular View Controllers

Robin Malhotra

Robin Malhotra is an iOS engineer at GO-JEK, Indonesia's first "unicorn" company. His love affair with computers started with his dad’s hand-me-down IBM PC. He's a huge swift fan (both & Taylor) who spends his free time playing basketball (Go Dubs!) and working on open source. When he's not programming or wasting time on Reddit, he usually plays NBA 2K, Overwatch or Mass Effect. He's previously spoken at try! Swift Bangalore, and also speaks regularly at the Swift India meetups.

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