Your Second Swift 4 & iOS 11 App | Ray Wenderlich

In this series, you'll learn some of the fundamental aspects of iOS by building in a Todo app and in this process, you'll learn about table views, design patterns, and saving data.

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Subject: Chapter 27-28 “static cells”
Thank you very much Brian for your tutorial,
I just wanted to stress for those like me that did not see the static cell on the screen when the app runs (chap 28), that if we do not remove the default methods that are populated when we create the TableView controller for our “Add Item” View, then the static cell will not appears.
It is well say in the tutorial (chap 27) to clean the TableView Controller but it does not say that if you do not clean, then you will not sea the static cell on screen when the App runs.
Thanks again and good continuation to all.

@jack888 Thank you for the heads up - much appreciated! We will definitely fix this in the next version of the course.