hope this fix your issue It's a classic design mistake and reveals the (practical) uselessness of the conditional downcast. The class of the custom cell in Interface Builder must be set to myCustomCell and the Identifier of the cell must be set to the proper value, too. Then you can remove the guard expression.
this one helps. Ok so after clearing this in the comments, your problem is that you haven't set the data source (you can also do this with an array controller). So you set the delegate and the data source:
I hope this helps . I am updating my app to use iOS 7 and I'm having a problem with a table view. My tab bar is translucent. The problem is when I scroll to the bottom of my table view, part of the last cell is still behind the tab bar. I'd like to have a bit of space between the last cell and the tab bar. I could fix this by using an opaque tab bar instead, but I want to keep it translucent. , Try setting