Instance Method


Registers a class for use in creating new table cells.


- (void)registerClass:(Class)cellClass forCellReuseIdentifier:(NSString *)identifier;



The class of a cell that you want to use in the table (must be a UITableViewCell subclass).


The reuse identifier for the cell. This parameter must not be nil and must not be an empty string.


Prior to dequeueing any cells, call this method or the registerNib:forCellReuseIdentifier: method to tell the table view how to create new cells. If a cell of the specified type is not currently in a reuse queue, the table view uses the provided information to create a new cell object automatically.

If you previously registered a class or nib file with the same reuse identifier, the class you specify in the cellClass parameter replaces the old entry. You may specify nil for cellClass if you want to unregister the class from the specified reuse identifier.

See Also

Recycling Table View Cells

- registerNib:forCellReuseIdentifier:

Registers a nib object containing a cell with the table view under a specified identifier.

- dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:forIndexPath:

Returns a reusable table-view cell object for the specified reuse identifier and adds it to the table.

- dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:

Returns a reusable table-view cell object located by its identifier.