The answer to this problem is that the object that you pass into the TableCell must have a boolean property inside of it that you need to bind to the table column.

If not, then the item and empty parameters in the updateItem() method of the TableCell class will always return null and true so there is no way to be able to determine when the CheckBox control should appear for rows that are present.

If you call setGraphic(checkbox) without adding any conditions, then every row visible in the TableView will have its own checkbox regardless if it has only a few rows.

Just add a BooleanProperty in your custom object and bind it to the TableCell value factory and you should see those checkbox.

A community user in the Oracle forum posted this short snippet in hiding a TableView column header regardless if your table still does not have any data.

The listener will handle the hiding of the header column once it gets triggered.

Typically, table views in iOS apps do something after a user clicks on a row. In ios Swift, you need to add the tableView function that has the didSelectRowAtIndexPath parameter in it.

Then, use the segue ID that you set in the storyboard and call self.performSegueWithIdentifier() to go to the next view.

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