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PXListView uses similar optimizations as UITableView for the iPhone, by enqueuing and dequeuing NSViews which are used to display rows, in order to keep a low memory footprint when there are a large number of rows in the list, yet still allowing each row to be represented by an NSView, which is easier than dealing with cells.
PXSourceList is an NSOutlineView subclass used for easily implementing source lists in your applications. Using a source list for navigation is a common user interface paradigm in OS X applications, but requires a fair amount of manual set up and customisation of standard Cocoa controls. PXSourceList subclasses NSOutlineView and provides much of the common styling and idiomatic behaviour of source lists for you through a clean and simple API.
"When developing apps we have found that many times a form of some type is required. This is common in Registration forms, contact forms, feedback forms, etc. The problem was writing the same basic code over and over to have an elegant fast form experience for the user. To quicken the development time of these elements we created the ELCTextFieldCell class which facilitates the creation and flow of a larger form. In this post I will be walking you through the usage of the class."