by Aaron Brethorst | January 30, 2012
We’ve all dealt with the hassle of constructing UITableViewController subclasses specifically to capture a couple pieces of data. Maybe you’ve even created a half-baked generic frameworky sort of thing to make the process easier. I know I have, at least twice. This isn’t any fun, and yet we keep doing it. I now know that there’s a better way to deal with these sorts of things, with this week’s Control of the Week: QuickDialog.
QuickDialog, from Eduardo Scoz, is a super-easy way to create HIG-compliant iOS forms for your apps without having to directly deal with UITableViews, delegates and data sources.
Check it out on YouTube