Posts Categorized: iOS

Magical Records: Edit, Add, and Delete Records

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Magical Record and NSFetchedResultsController: Core Data Made EasyFirst, we need some buttons to let us perform some actions on the table. Edit your view controller as follows:

Now we need to setup methods for the two buttons. First, lets wire up the addTestRecord method we… Read more »

TableViewController: Detail View

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Magical Record and NSFetchedResultsController: Core Data Made EasyNow we have a list, lets create a detail view for each note. First, create a new view controller (File>New>New File>Cocoa Touch>Objective-C Class) named NoteDetailViewController that is a subclass of UIViewController. Next, drag out a new View Controller in Interface… Read more »

Magical Record: Simple Core Data

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Magical Record and NSFetchedResultsController: Core Data Made EasyInstallation Personally I hate adding libraries by simply dragging and copying files into my code. The mixing between my own code and external libraries can quickly become confusing and difficult to disentangle. My favourite way to add libraries is… Read more »

UITableViewController and NSFetchedResultsController

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Magical Record and NSFetchedResultsController: Core Data Made EasyNSFetchedResultsController takes a lot of the work out of managing the display of data returned from a Core Data fetch request. The basic mechanism is to create a fetch request detailing what you are looking for, how to… Read more »

Magical Record and NSFetchedResultsController: Core Data made easy

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Magical Record and NSFetchedResultsController: Core Data Made EasyI was pretty happy after building my first iOS app that made extensive use of the Core Data framework. However, in the back of my mind I was sure there was a better way than the ton of… Read more »