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Refactored the scrolling of the tableview after new rows added
The code looked ugly, better now.
Update README to show dependency of iOS 5 at least
Updated project to Xcode 4.3, iOS5 and ARC
No storyboards though.
Correct spelling mistake in the README
Update the README file
Use a different section for the button
Changes taken from:
Use tableView:didSelectRowAtIndexPath: to load new data
taken from https://gist.github.com/1070191 d9e23c
Create a static NSUInteger to configure the number of items to
Hook up the button cell to the action
Put a button on the bottom row of the table
Restrict the number of items displayed
Show 30 items in a single table view
Create a property in the view controller for the model
Add a stub TableViewController as the root view controller.
Yes, I know there are warnings!
Add a helper method to return a random string.
This will be used to create the data for the example.
Remove boilerplate and only allow one orientation