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How to implement Header in UITableView UIKit?

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Good afternoon guys. Tell me in which direction to move to achieve such a Header with UIKit? In what direction are they moving?

And if anyone knows how to remove UINavigationBar transparency when moving a UITableView? I didn’t google anything on this issue.

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Hi Steven! Not really sure if I got you right, but in any case try this? Maybe this is what you want to see...

so in your viewDidLoad set up navbar as

let standard = UINavigationBarAppearance()
standard.backgroundColor = UIColor.systemRed

let compact = UINavigationBarAppearance()
compact.backgroundColor = UIColor.systemYellow

let navBar = navigationController?.navigationBar

// This property sets or returns the appearance of the
// navBar when it is displayed with STANDARD height
navBar?.standardAppearance = standard
// This property sets or returns the appearance of the
// navBar when it is displayed with COMPACT height
navBar?.compactAppearance = compact

// This property sets or returns the appearance of the
// navBar when it is displayed with STANDARD height
// and THE CONTENT IS NOT SCROLLED
navBar?.scrollEdgeAppearance = standard
// This property sets or returns the appearance of the
// navBar when it is displayed with COMPACT height
// and THE CONTENT IS NOT SCROLLED
navBar?.compactScrollEdgeAppearance = compact

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Thanks for the help, @ygeras. 🤓 And there you can add your own UIView?

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But why do you need to add it on UIView? NavigationController is part of your view controller, so how is it supposed to relate to UIView? Maybe I do not see the whole picture of the challenge though...  😅

P.S. Do you need to have some view inside NavigationBar?

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I just haven’t encountered this in UIkit only in SwiftUI, but everything is simple there.

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Still not fully understood you. Can you post a pic what your are trying to solve? Is it in UIKit or SwiftUI? Yes, it UIKit it is a bit trickier than SwifUI...

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I do not see any pic in your post... It is displayed as empty....

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I add link in image Figma

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This is how you posted.

This is what I see

PS to insert image I use Dropbox (allowed link) and then change the last bit of url (dl=0) to raw=1 then it should work

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Very grateful for the help and advice @ygeras. I upload pictures using Dropbox. But I decided not to do this task, I don’t have enough experience in layout of UIKit.

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