Hey everyone, I loved the post in the blog about using pull to refresh functionality. for twitter like examples it makes sense that this is in the header, but for a feed of data where newest is at the top and I'm displaying 50 rows at a time, I needed the pull to 'load more' to be at the bottom of the table view.
So I tweaked the code to work but found it was a bit glitchy. I had to remove the "statusLabel.text" and "lastUpdateLabel.txt" from the listeners. It seems that when those label values changed when scrolling/pulling, the entire tableFooter view JUMPS up and overlays in the middle of the tableview behind it. Removing those text updates prevents that from happening.
I don't believe there is a "footerPullView" or at least I couldn't get it to show up out of view and only visible if the use pulled PAST the bottom of the table. Can someone confirm if that is available and let me know if you've gotten this to work with out the view from jumping around when pulling.
There is not currently a footer option to do what you're describing - a popular option is to append a row to your table, which when tapped will load new records.
the same question, there's headerPullView but it seams that there's not footerPullView ?????