This content has 11 years. Please, read this page keeping its age in your mind.What is NSFetchedResultsController? Apple says: You use a fetched results controller to efficiently manage the results returned from a Core Data fetch request to provide data for a UITableView object. While table views can be used in several ways, fetched results
This content has 12 years. Please, read this page keeping its age in your mind.When you are developing an iCloud app and you have problems with syncing try the above code: All you need to do is run it once with “cleanUbiquitousFolder = YES” and the switch it back to NO to resume developing your app.
This content has 12 years. Please, read this page keeping its age in your mind.When you are developing using core data you use always a code snippet like Hmmm, and how we could replace this implementation with code to handle the error appropriately is then next question. Mr fabian789 from stackoverflow.com has proposed a solution
This content has 13 years. Please, read this page keeping its age in your mind.An educational assignment with little help from the tutorial. You have to follow apple’s documentation, ray’s wenderlich blog and many others… You can read my code (without warranty :)) Assume that Person and Photo classes are auto-generated from xcode. It’s worth
This content has 13 years. Please, read this page keeping its age in your mind.By reading the great Google group “iPhone Application Development Auditors” I found two great tutorials in the following sites: In Cocoa Dev Central the article Core Data Class Overview and in sallarp blog the article iPhone – Core Data and UITableview. A drill-down application.