I have a Core Data model and have found STV to work very well with Core Data, thanks.
The editing part is brilliant and I the part I think will save me loads of time, I do however like to use other ways such as collectionviews and other ways to display the "lists", only to call on STV to edit indivitual "objects"/records.
I can't see at a glance how a tableview controller can be configured to skip the "list" and go straight to "Detail" mode.
Here is a small sample(not actual but shows what I am after):
NSManagedObjectContext *managedObjectContext = [[LDAppDelegate sharedDelegate] managedObjectContext];
// I know which "district" i want to edit
NSPredicate *pred = [NSPredicate predicateWithFormat:@"districtID ==%@", @"NONE"];
SCEntityDefinition *districtDef = [SCEntityDefinition definitionWithEntityName:@"District" managedObjectContext:managedObjectContext propertyNamesString:@"District Details:(districtID,districtName)"];
districtDef.requireEditingModeToEditPropertyValues = TRUE;
districtDef.orderAttributeName = @"districtName";
SCPropertyDefinition *descPropertyDef = [districtDef propertyDefinitionWithName:@"districtName"];
descPropertyDef.title = @"District Title";
descPropertyDef.type = SCPropertyTypeTextView;
// Create and add the objects section
SCArrayOfObjectsSection *objectsSection = [SCArrayOfObjectsSection sectionWithHeaderTitle:nil entityDefinition:districtDef filterPredicate:pred] ;
objectsSection.addButtonItem = self.addButton;
Problem is that why the detail section works perfectly for editing I can't see a way to skip straight past the single record that is displayed in "list" and into the detail editing.