I am very new to iOS development (learning using iOS5 using Storyboards) and I have made extensive use of the search on these forums so far and being able to figure out the solutions to many of the issues I have been facing.
Usually I wouldn't ask for help but I am really struggling with this one. Basically, I am calling my cells with a bound key on each one.
What I would like is a "selector style" cell where when clicked, it will load a view of options, but with a search bar to filter down the results. The reason for this is there are 89,000 rows! I will be using a web service to perform the queries and return JSON (I don't need to know all of that though, I will figure that out myself!)
So far, I am using the code:
SCSelectionCell *locationCell = [SCSelectionCell cellWithText:@"Location" withBoundKey:@"location" withLabelTextValue:nil]; locationCell.tag = 6; [section addCell:locationCell]
When the cell is clicked, I'd like to load a view with the search bar and as the user types, it will narrow down results and finally when they click on a result, it will return the value back to Sensible TableView.
I have added a view with a Search Bar and Search Display Controller as this looks like the most promising way to handle this, however it's the whole linking to/from TableView that I'm struggling to figure out!
Thank you VERY much to whoever is able to answer me and sorry for taking up your time.