Appcelerator SQLite Part 3:Adding Events & Passing Data With Table
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In this screencast we will learn how to add event listeners to our appcelerator tableview. Our goal will be to pass information to a new window when a row within the tableview is clicked or selected. That new window will query our SQLite table and display some information from the SQLite Database and in the window
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