Ideally I would just put a button within a custom iOSTableCellData to do this more natively, but since that doesn’t seem possible, is there any way (even with declares) to get a touch event from a table with coordinates so I can see if a certain section of the row was tapped?
In theory yes. Every view in iOS has a “UserInteractionEnabled” property that determines if normal touch events are triggered too. Of course your custom iOSTableCellData or your custom Table must support these events.
I believe I read somewhere here over a workaround putting an iOSCanvas behind the table and reading its Touch event properties.