Today, virtually every non-trivial iPhone and iPad app must manage dataaquickly, smoothly, reliably, and with minimal impact on the CPU to conserve battery life. Core Data, Appleas ready-made data persistence layer, can help you achieve all these goals. In Core Data for iOS, two leading iOS developers teach you the entire Core Data framework from the ground up. Writing for intermediate-to-advanced iOS developers, Tim Isted and Tom Harrington thoroughly explain how Core Data is used on iOS devices, introduce each of its primary classes, and show how they interact to provide amazing functionality with minimal configuration. Youall learn how to store, fetch, and validate data; provide it efficiently to views; and much more. Isted and Harrington first give you a firm grounding in the technology, and then present real-world examples. They present multiple sample projects, as well as a start-to-finish, chapter-length case study. Coverage includes ac Understanding Core Dataas features, classes, and interactions ac Using Core Data in MVC-based iOS app development ac Mapping relational data to object models, and building them with Xcode 4as Data Modeler ac Working with managed objects and using UITableView to display them ac Creating predicates to match numbers, data, and objects ac Maintaining compatibility across versions of an appas data model ac Tracking managed object contexts across view controllers ac Using Core Dataas automatic Undo functionality ac Integrating abstract entities, entity inheritance, and multiple view controllers into a complete app ac Optimizing for iOS devicesa tight memory limits ac Diagnosing and fixing common Core Data problems Introducing Addison-Wesleyas new Core Frameworks Series, written for experienced iOS developers by world-class Mac and iOS developers, these are the first comprehensive, code-rich reference guides to Appleas Core Frameworks.Developing Data-Driven Applications for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch Tim Isted, Tom Harrington ... awakeFromSnapshotEvents: will be called when an object is reset, for example following an Undo. ... Change notifications are disabled for both this method and awakeFromFetch, so you can safely make changes to ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Core Data for iOS|
|Author||:||Tim Isted, Tom Harrington|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Professional - 2011-05-24|