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Showing posts with label Core Data. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Core Data. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Easy Core Data Fetching with Magical Record

Magical Record, created by Saul Mora, is an open-source library that makes working with Core Data easier and more elegant. The library was inspired by the active record pattern that is also found in Ruby on Rails. This tutorial will teach you how to use Magical Record in your own apps!

So, why Magical Record? If you've been developing for iOS or OS X for some time, chances are that you have had a taste of Core Data. This means that you know that it can be a bit cumbersome to set up a Core Data stack and, to be honest, working with Core Data can be a bit complex mainly due to its verbose syntax. For example, fetching data from a persistent store is quite verbose especially when compared with how a Ruby on Rails application handles this task.



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Friday, November 9, 2012

iOS | iPhone | iPad | Tutorial on Developing Core Data Applications for Beginners

This tutorial will show you how to create a Core Data application for IOS 5 devices. Core Data offers a higher level of abstraction to data persistence than SQLite. In fact Core Data uses SQLite for the actual storage among other storage types, however Core Data is much more than just storage. Core Data provides the tools to design your data model for your app, akin to having an E/R tool. Core Data is the most widely used storage facility with Apple apps -- for both OSX and IOS.


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