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Core Data for iOS: Developing Data-Driven Applications for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (Core Frameworks)

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Today, virtually every non-trivial iPhone and iPad app must manage data—quickly, smoothly, reliably, and with minimal impact on the CPU to conserve battery life. Core Data, Apple’s 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. You’ll 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

 

• Understanding Core Data’s features, classes, and interactions

• Using Core Data in MVC-based iOS app development

• Mapping relational data to object models, and building them with Xcode 4’s Data Modeler

• Working with managed objects and using UITableView to display them

• Creating predicates to match numbers, data, and objects

• Maintaining compatibility across versions of an app’s data model

• Tracking managed object contexts across view controllers

• Using Core Data’s automatic Undo functionality

• Integrating abstract entities, entity inheritance, and multiple view controllers into a complete app

• Optimizing for iOS devices’ tight memory limits

• Diagnosing and fixing common Core Data problems

 

Introducing Addison-Wesley’s 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 Apple’s Core Frameworks.

 

Synopsis:

The first comprehensive, readable reference for programming data-driven apps with Core Data on the iPhone 3.0 SDK provides in-depth, hands-on tutorials that walk developers through the entire process of building three Core Data-based iPhone applications.

Synopsis:

Updated to cover Xcode 4's new data modeler, "Core Data for iOS" is a task-based guide to implementing Core Data in iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch apps. Written with the experienced iOS developer in mind, Tim Isted and Tom Harrington cut through the chaff and thoroughly explain how to build data-driven apps using Core Data. You'll learn about data persistence, synchronization, and the all important NSPredicate and how it relates to Core Data apps. This book is full of real-world examples, multiple sample projects, and a start-to-finish case study so you learn the entire Core Data framework from the ground up.

Synopsis:

Today, virtually every non-trivial iPhone and iPad app must manage data—quickly, smoothly, reliably, and with minimal impact on the CPU to conserve battery life. Core Data, Apple’s 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. You’ll 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

 

• Understanding Core Data’s features, classes, and interactions

• Using Core Data in MVC-based iOS app development

• Mapping relational data to object models, and building them with Xcode 4’s Data Modeler

• Working with managed objects and using UITableView to display them

• Creating predicates to match numbers, data, and objects

• Maintaining compatibility across versions of an app’s data model

• Tracking managed object contexts across view controllers

• Using Core Data’s automatic Undo functionality

• Integrating abstract entities, entity inheritance, and multiple view controllers into a complete app

• Optimizing for iOS devices’ tight memory limits

• Diagnosing and fixing common Core Data problems

 

Introducing Addison-Wesley’s 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 Apple’s Core Frameworks.

 

About the Author

Tim Isted has been writing software for Macintosh computers since 1995. He also builds web applications using Ruby on Rails, PHP, and .NET, and has been known to develop for Windows machines, too. Also a professional musician and singing teacher, he tries to divide his time fairly equally between conducting, accompanying, teaching, and writing software. He blogs on Core Data at www.timisted.net, and is currently co-organizing NSConference, a European conference for Mac developers.

Table of Contents

Preface

Part 1: Introduction

Chapter 1: An overview of Core Data on the iPhone

Chapter 2: Core Data Primer

Chapter 3: Modeling Your Data

Part 2: Working with Core Data

Chapter 4: Table Views and Core Data

Chapter 5: The Fetch Results Controller

Chapter 6: Working with Managed Objects

Chapter 7: Migration and Versioning

Part 3: Building Sample Core Data Applications

Chapter 8: A Simple Voice Recorder

Chapter 9: A Drawing Application with Core Data

Chapter 10: ChemElements Application

Part 4: Optimization and Debugging

Chapter 11: Optimizing for iPhone Memory and Performance Requirements

Chapter 12: Debugging and Testing

Product Details

ISBN:
9780321670427
Author:
Isted, Tim
Publisher:
Addison-Wesley Professional
Author:
Harrington, Tom
Subject:
Data Transmission Systems - General
Subject:
Networking-Wireless
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Core Frameworks Series
Publication Date:
20110524
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
9.125 x 7 x 0.66 in 474 gr

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"Synopsis" by , The first comprehensive, readable reference for programming data-driven apps with Core Data on the iPhone 3.0 SDK provides in-depth, hands-on tutorials that walk developers through the entire process of building three Core Data-based iPhone applications.
"Synopsis" by ,

Updated to cover Xcode 4's new data modeler, "Core Data for iOS" is a task-based guide to implementing Core Data in iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch apps. Written with the experienced iOS developer in mind, Tim Isted and Tom Harrington cut through the chaff and thoroughly explain how to build data-driven apps using Core Data. You'll learn about data persistence, synchronization, and the all important NSPredicate and how it relates to Core Data apps. This book is full of real-world examples, multiple sample projects, and a start-to-finish case study so you learn the entire Core Data framework from the ground up.

"Synopsis" by ,

Today, virtually every non-trivial iPhone and iPad app must manage data—quickly, smoothly, reliably, and with minimal impact on the CPU to conserve battery life. Core Data, Apple’s 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. You’ll 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

 

• Understanding Core Data’s features, classes, and interactions

• Using Core Data in MVC-based iOS app development

• Mapping relational data to object models, and building them with Xcode 4’s Data Modeler

• Working with managed objects and using UITableView to display them

• Creating predicates to match numbers, data, and objects

• Maintaining compatibility across versions of an app’s data model

• Tracking managed object contexts across view controllers

• Using Core Data’s automatic Undo functionality

• Integrating abstract entities, entity inheritance, and multiple view controllers into a complete app

• Optimizing for iOS devices’ tight memory limits

• Diagnosing and fixing common Core Data problems

 

Introducing Addison-Wesley’s 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 Apple’s Core Frameworks.

 

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