As most iOS developers know, displaying sets of data is a rather common task in building a mobile app. Apple's SDK provides two components to help carry out such a task without having to implement everything from scratch: A table view (UITableView) and a collection view (UICollectionView).
Table views and collection views are both designed to support displaying sets of data that can be scrolled. However, when displaying a very large amount of data, it could be very tricky to achieve a perfectly smooth scrolling. This is not ideal because it negatively affects the user experience.
As a member of the iOS dev team for the Capital One Mobile app, I've had the chance to experiment with table views and collection views; this post reflects my personal experience in displaying large amounts of scrollable data. In it, we'll review the most important tips to optimize the performance of the above mentioned SDK components. This step is paramount to achieving a very smooth scrolling experience. Note that most of the following points apply to both UITableView and UICollectionView as they share a good amount of their "under the hood" behavior. A few points are specific to UICollectionView, as this view puts additional layout details on the shoulders of the developer.
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