User4 User4 - 1 year ago 170
Swift Question

Dismiss UITableViewRowAction

I have a custom UITableViewRowAction set up and working. The only thing I can't work out is how to dismiss the UITableViewRowAction once an action has been selected. I'm sure I'm missing something really obvious. Here is my current setup:

func tableView(tableView: UITableView, editActionsForRowAtIndexPath indexPath: NSIndexPath) -> [AnyObject]? {

var moreRowAction = UITableViewRowAction(style: UITableViewRowActionStyle.Default, title: "In", handler:{action, indexpath in
//Some code to execute here
moreRowAction.backgroundColor = UIColor(red: 0.298, green: 0.851, blue: 0.3922, alpha: 1.0)

return [moreRowAction];

Thanks for any advice.

Answer Source

You dismiss the action in the handler which gets called when the action is tapped. The documentation describes the handler as follows

The block to execute when the user taps the button associated with this action. UIKit makes a copy of the block you provide. When the user selects the action represented by this object, UIKit executes your handler block on the app’s main thread.

Independently, I suppose you could just set the table views editing property to false.

tableView.setEditing(false, animated: true)
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