5465 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Feb 10, 2009 7:00 AM by Danish Najam
A UITabBarController is a UIViewController. I just did this a day or two ago. Create Your UITabBarController, add all of it's view controllers. Then push the tab bar controller like you showed:
Maybe your issue is with how you created the UITabBarController and added all the UIViewControllers to it. Be more specific about what didn't work. Did it compile? Did it not look right when executed? What?
FYI - you can format code by wrapping it like this:
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Hi Rick I have also implemented the UITabBarController nesting UINavigationController through IB and its running successfully. However, I have an issue that I have two tabs with that will be following the same UI scheme that each tab will be nesting UITableView in UINavigation and UINavigation is nested in UITabBarController.
As below UITabBarController->UINavigationController->UITableViewController
If I click on first tab it works fine but when I click on another Tab it crashes with a message
"Program received signal: EXCBADACCESS."
Does any one solved this? any help or pointer required.