Right now when you double click on a row it opens up the entry's page in a web browser, but it would be nice if instead it opened up a new window that showed us more details about that entry.So far we're just scratching the surface of the data stored returned by the application. There are two glaring problems with our current implementation.Since this is our last dance together (in this series, at least), lets have some fun.I'd like to start out the discussion of drag and drop in Cocoa by mentioning my long term dedication to the concept, but that would be a lie.
Perhaps if was extended to modify data, then such an operation might have some value (a way to import data, for example).
Time to begin looking at our final topic in the Epic Py Obj C tutorial series, and an important topic it is: using multiple nibs in one project.
For many applications you can avoid using multiple nibs. But if you double click on a playlist, it will open a new window.
" I think I mumbled some lame excuse about not doing it, namely that it was more confusing than I could easily figure out, but damn it, who needs drag and drop anyway?
Well, previous antics to the contrary, I need drag and drop, and so do you.