I am making a simple to-do list app using CoreData. I currently have the functionality of adding new list-items, editing them, and deleting them using swipe finished. Now, however, I want to add functionality to a button I have in each cell to delete the cell AND create a new entity in a different CoreData file (don't know what to call the list of different entities. Basically I have "todo" and "completed". I want to delete from todo and make new entity in completed).
In my custom cell class I have the connection for my button printing "pressed" as well as printing the sender object. My button(s) properly reacts to being pressed, but I don't know how to:
send the indexPath information to the cell so the buttonPressed action knows what to delete from CoreData
reload my tableView on my main viewcontroller file when the button is pressed.
The easiest way to do this would be to create a property for a callback on the table view cell. In the
cellForRowAtIndexPath(_:) method, give the cell a callback that reloads the table view. When the
IBAction is fired on the cell from tapping the button, simply invoke the callback that was given.