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iOS Build a Blog Reader iPhone App Rebuilding from Scratch Adding a Table View Controller Class

Marcus Davajon
Marcus Davajon
6,882 Points

How do I prevent the cell data from touching the carrier/time/battery info at the top when the app is run?

I took a screen shot, but I'm not sure how to display it here :(

5 Answers

Try it on your device, it will fix automatic. or set the title of navigation bar (i.e your app name) on the storyboard.

Thomas Nilsen
Thomas Nilsen
14,957 Points

upload your screenshot to imgur.com and paste the link here

The Apple article linked above suggests creating a constraint between the view (in this case the UITableViewController) that we added manually and the "Top Layout Guide" in the Document Outline in X-Code. I don't actually see "Top Layout Guide" or "Bottom Layout Guide" in my scene. I have auto layout enabled, but have disabled size classes so that my project is limited to "iPhone" sizes. What is the recommended way of solving this?

Now on iOS 8.3 and XCode 6.3, there still isn't any way to achieve a proper display of the Table View, i.e. not overlapping with the top bar. Anyone has more suggestions?

Embed View Controller in a Navigation Controller. Not ideal, but it works.