[Mono-osx] Easy MonoMac Tutorials
ajbrehm at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 09:17:49 UTC 2012
Hess, Philip J wrote
> That looks fine, although you'll almost certainly want to follow up with
> NSTableView part 2 to cover columns and implementing NSTableViewDelegate
> since almost all tables will have multiple columns and a delegate to
> further customize table behavior.
> Usually setting each column's identifier property in Interface Builder to
> a identifying string is a good idea. You can then know what column is
> being referred to in ObjectValueForTableColumn by examining the col
> param's identifier.
My tutorials for know-nothings are really for getting people started. I
think readers can work out the details once they got this far. I found that
it too me much much longer to get started than to find out about the details
you mention (once the NSTableView was up and running).
I'll add a tutorial about customising table behaviour but I think alert
boxes and push buttons (and text fields) will come first.
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