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What is the best way to get round corners on an entire UITableView as seen in Stocks and Spotlight? The grouped style doesn't solve the problem because the round corners scroll away with the cell. I'm trying to clip the view so the corners are always round regardless of scroll position.

I saw another discussion about doing this to a UIImage that suggested masking it with another image. I'm not sure if this would work because I need taps to pass through to the table. This isn't isn't ideal for me because I want the background pattern to show through through the corners.

It's an old question but perhaps you still want to know how to do this.

I reproduced a tableView like in Stocks/Spotlight. The trick is

view.layer.cornerRadius = 10; 

For this to work you need to include the QuartzCore into the class that you call that property:

#import <QuartzCore/QuartzCore.h>

I heard that this only works since OS 3.0. But since my application is using core data it wasn't a problem because it was already for OS 3.0 and hight.

I created a custom UIView with a subview with cornerRadius 10 and with

view.backgroundColor = [UIColor clearColor];

Then you have to place an UITableView grouped style in that subview. You need to set the backgroundColor to clearColor and the separatorColor to clearColor. Then you have to position the tableview inside the rounded corner view, this is done by setting the frame size and origin. My loadView class of my custom UIView looks like this:

self.view = [[UIView alloc] init];
self.view.backgroundColor = [UIColor clearColor];

CustomUIViewClass *scherm = [[CustomUIViewClass alloc] init];

CGRect frame;
frame.origin.x = 10;
frame.origin.y = 50;
frame.size.width = 300;
frame.size.height = 380;

scherm.frame = frame;
scherm.clipsToBounds = YES;
scherm.layer.cornerRadius = 10;

[self.view addSubview:scherm];

CustomUITableViewClass *table = [[CustomUITableViewClass alloc] initWithStyle:UITableViewStyleGrouped];

frame.origin.y = -10;
frame.origin.x = -10;
frame.size.width = 320;
frame.size.height = 400;

table.tableView.frame = frame;
[scherm addSubview:table.tableView];

I hope you understand my english, maybe I will write a short blog post about this technique with a sample project, will post the link here when I'm ready.

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An easier way to do this is to simply import the QuartzCore framework to your project. #import <QuartzCore/QuartzCore.h> to your tableViewController and just set

myTableView.layer.cornerRadius=5;

This will give you rounded corners without having to add your tableview to a superView or clipping it.

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Have you tried the "grouped" table view style?

self.tableView.style = UITableViewStyleGrouped;

For further reference, see the Table View Programming Guide. The "About Table Views" chapter has some nice screenshots describing the different styles.

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Comments
  • Another way would be to mask the UITableView by using Core Graphics. An example of masking a UIView can be found here: iphonedevelopment.blogspot.com/2008/11/…
  • This helped a lot but it doesn't clip the cells when they scroll past the clipped area of the UITableView itself.
  • I can't believe this seven year old question still gets attention. I gave up on the feature long ago, sorry I can't test and accept any of the answers myself. I see lots of check marks though, thanks all! I'm stoked to see this has been helpful.
  • This is the only solution from a variety of solutions tested by me on September 2010 that works great on iOS 4 and iOS 3.2 and has a great performance. Integrating it into my applications. Thank you, Hans!
  • Clean! Simple! looks great. I like it!
  • When you scroll the table up, it will mask it with rounded corners, I think that is what he is referring to. Although this would be a good start I guess, and make the background transparent.
  • Yeah, it sounds like you're on the right track with this one.
  • @Garrett: Oh.. Just started my stocks app and see what you mean. Really didn't notice this effect until now.. ;-) Sorry for the noise, I thought he was referring to simple grouped table views.
  • I clarified the question a little bit because the corners need to stay there but thanks a ton for the quick answer.