## About AMBTableViewController

The AMBTableViewController is a powerful and customizable subclass of UITableViewController for iOS applications. It simplifies the implementation of table views and provides various features that enhance user experience. With AMBTableViewController, developers can easily manage and display data in a structured and organized manner.

## Features

### 1. Easy Data Handling

AMBTableViewController offers a convenient way to handle data for table views. Developers can easily populate their table views by providing data through methods or by assigning an array of objects directly. The data can be presented with custom cell configurations, making it flexible and adaptable to various use cases.

### 2. Customizable Cells

With AMBTableViewController, developers have complete control over the appearance of table view cells. They can customize cell text, font, colors, images, and other attributes to match the desired UI design of their application. This ensures a consistent and visually appealing user interface.

### 3. Search Functionality

AMBTableViewController includes built-in search functionality, allowing users to easily search and filter table view data. The search bar is automatically added to the table view header, providing a seamless and intuitive searching experience.

### 4. Pull-to-Refresh

Incorporating the familiar pull-to-refresh feature, AMBTableViewController enables users to refresh the table view content by simply pulling down the scroll view. This feature is often used to fetch and display the latest data from a server or to update the table view after making changes to the underlying data.

### 5. Pagination Support

For scenarios where the data is fetched and displayed in chunks, AMBTableViewController supports pagination. Developers can easily implement pagination logic to load additional data as the user scrolls to the end of the table view. This ensures a smooth and optimized user experience with large data sets.

### 6. Delegate Methods

AMBTableViewController provides a set of delegate methods that developers can implement to customize the behavior of the table view. These methods allow developers to respond to user interactions, modify cell selection behavior, perform actions on cell tap, and more.

## Getting Started

To integrate AMBTableViewController into your project, follow these steps:

### Requirements

– iOS 10.0+
– Xcode 12.0+
– Swift 5.0+

### Installation

To install AMBTableViewController using CocoaPods, add the following line to your Podfile:

pod ‘AMBTableViewController’

Then, run the `pod install` command.

## Usage

To use AMBTableViewController in your application, follow the steps below:

### Step 1: Create a Table View Controller

Create a subclass of AMBTableViewController to represent your table view controller.

import AMBTableViewController

class MyTableViewController: AMBTableViewController {
// Your custom code

### Step 2: Set the Data Source

Assign the data source for your table view controller. You can either provide the data through methods or assign an array of objects directly.

override func tableViewData() -> [AMBTableViewSection] {
// Return the data source as an array of AMBTableViewSection objects

### Step 3: Customize Cells

Override the `configurations(for:)` method to customize the appearance of each cell.

override func configurations(for cell: UITableViewCell, at indexPath: IndexPath) {
// Customize the cell attributes based on the provided index path

### Step 4: Implement Delegate Methods

To customize the behavior of the table view cells and respond to user interactions, implement the delegate methods provided by AMBTableViewController.

override func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, didSelectRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) {
// Handle cell selection at the specified index path

## Conclusion

By leveraging the features and capabilities of AMBTableViewController, developers can easily create and manage table views in their iOS applications. Its flexibility, customization options, and pre-built functionalities simplify the development process and improve the overall user experience.