Mastering MVVM With Swift
Making Table View Cells Autoconfigurable
I don't know if autoconfigurable can be found in the dictionary, but I'm going to use it anyway because it best describes what we're going to do in this episode. In the previous episode, we refactored the
SettingsViewController class. In the
tableView(_:cellForRowAt:) method, we create an instance of type
SettingsRepresentable?. The view controller manually configures each table view cell, using a view model. But why can't the table view cell take care of its own configuration?
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