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iOS Introduction to Table Views Decoupling the Data Source Refactoring the Data Source

Roberto Merizalde
Roberto Merizalde
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How to allow the tableView to retake a full screen status when in landscape?

I added an UIView on top of the Master tableView (not the Detail view) to display an image along with some text... the idea is: as the user types on any of the contact cells (while still in Portrait mode) the corresponding Avatar and text will appear above, So I was able to do that... However even though I was able to command all the element in the UIView and the UIview itself to hide (isHidden = true) when in Landscape..... There is STILL a space, and the tableView won't take its full screen when in Landscape.. How can I command the tableView on the master to resize to full screen when in landscape... I used this code to detect the transition.. which works.. I only need to know how to command the table view to resize. - much appreciated in advance!.

override func viewWillTransition(to size: CGSize, with coordinator: UIViewControllerTransitionCoordinator) {
        super.viewWillTransition(to: size, with: coordinator)
        if UIDevice.current.orientation.isLandscape {

            subView.isHidden = true
        } else {

            subView.isHidden = false