I have a UITableView which have some cells that will be always be there, one cell with a UICollectionView in it that will act like tabs, and finally one cell with a UITableView in it, whose data will change.
Then when the user selects one of this "tabs", I want to reload the nested table to show the correct data rows (the height of this rows will be dynamic).
I have already achieved that the nested table changes on the collection item selection, but the problem I am facing is that the UITableView inside the cell is not sizing properly.
I have build a sample app just to simplify the views. As you can see in the screenshot, the cell that contains the table is not filling the rest of the screen, so the 10 rows are not visible unless you scroll this table.
What I want is this table to fill the rest of the screen. The user must be able to scroll the main tableview, not the nested one, and still see all of the nested table cells.
I can't do this with multiple sections because I will have a header section that will be always fixed on top, if I had another section, it's header will replace the sticky one on scroll.
I have set the
rowHeight of the main UITableView to
UITableViewAutomaticDimension and an
estimatedRowHeight too. I have pinned it to top, left, right and bottom of the cell's ContentView.
Can you help me with this, please? If it helps, I could upload the sample project and link it here.
Thank you very much!