The ABStaticTableViewController is a powerful and customizable table view controller for iOS development. It provides an easy way to display static content in a table view format, making it ideal for settings screens, contact forms, and other types of information that don’t require dynamic data.


To use the ABStaticTableViewController in your project, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open your project in Xcode
  2. Navigate to the directory where you want to add the ABStaticTableViewController
  3. Open the Terminal and navigate to the same directory
  4. Run the following command to clone the ABStaticTableViewController repository:
git clone https://github.com/yourusername/ABStaticTableViewController.git

Note: Replace “yourusername” with your actual GitHub username.


To use the ABStaticTableViewController in your project, you’ll need to follow these steps:

  1. In Xcode, locate the ViewController where you want to implement the ABStaticTableViewController
  2. Import the ABStaticTableViewController module at the top of your file:
import ABStaticTableViewController
  1. Add a new property of type ABStaticTableViewController to your ViewController:
var staticTableViewController: ABStaticTableViewController?
  1. In your ViewController’s viewDidLoad() method, initialize the ABStaticTableViewController:
override func viewDidLoad() {
    // Initialize ABStaticTableViewController
    staticTableViewController = ABStaticTableViewController(style: .grouped)
    staticTableViewController?.tableView = tableView
    // Configure the table view sections and cells
    // Other setup code...
  1. Implement the configureSections() method to define the content of your table view:
private func configureSections() {
    // Create a new section
    let section1 = ABStaticTableSection(title: "Section 1")
    // Create cells for section 1
    let cell1 = ABStaticTableCell(title: "Cell 1", subtitle: "Subtitle for Cell 1")
    let cell2 = ABStaticTableCell(title: "Cell 2")
    // Add cells to section 1
    section1.cells = [cell1, cell2]
    // Create a new section
    let section2 = ABStaticTableSection(title: "Section 2")
    // Create cells for section 2
    let cell3 = ABStaticTableCell(title: "Cell 3")
    let cell4 = ABStaticTableCell(title: "Cell 4")
    let cell5 = ABStaticTableCell(title: "Cell 5")
    // Add cells to section 2
    section2.cells = [cell3, cell4, cell5]
    // Add sections to the ABStaticTableViewController
    staticTableViewController?.sections = [section1, section2]

Note: You can customize the appearance of cells, headers, and footers by modifying the ABStaticTableCell and ABStaticTableSection objects.

  1. You can also implement ABStaticTableCellDelegate methods in your ViewController to handle user interactions:
extension ViewController: ABStaticTableCellDelegate {
    func didSelectCell(at indexPath: IndexPath) {
        // Handle cell selection
    func didToggleSwitch(_ isOn: Bool, at indexPath: IndexPath) {
        // Handle switch toggle
    // Implement other delegate methods as needed...


The ABStaticTableViewController provides various customization options to suit your app’s needs. Some of the available customization options include:

Cell Appearance

You can modify the appearance of cells by setting properties such as:

  • Title text color
  • Subtitle text color
  • Background color
  • Disclosure indicator color
  • Switch color
  • And more…

Section Appearance

You can customize section headers and footers by setting properties such as:

  • Background color
  • Title text color
  • Subtitle text color
  • Font

Table View Appearance

The table view itself can also be customized, allowing you to set properties such as:

  • Background color
  • Separator color
  • Row height
  • And more…


The ABStaticTableViewController is a powerful tool for displaying static content in a table view format. With its easy-to-use API and customization options, you can quickly create elegant and user-friendly settings screens, contact forms, and more. Get started with the ABStaticTableViewController in your iOS projects today!