If you cut your Objective-C teeth on the iPhone, like me, then you’ll run across these subtle differences between text fields and table views.
Table view data source delegate methods are different. On the iPhone, cell data is encapsulated in UITableViewCell and accessed by the framework by calling cellForRowAtIndexPath. On the Mac, cell data is accessed by the framework by calling objectValueForTableColumn. Note: This method is not required with Cocoa bindings.
Please share your notable differences.