Title: More iPhone Development with Objective-C, 3rd Edition Author: Alex Horovitz, David Mark, Jayant Varma, Jeff LaMarche, Kevin Kim Length: 512 pages Edition: 3 Language: English Publisher: Apress Publication Date: 2015-05-21 ISBN-10: 1430260378 ISBN-13: 9781430260370 If you are looking to exten
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Jonathan gennick robert hutchinson michelle lowman James Markham, Matthew Moodie, Jeffrey Pepper, Douglas Pundick, Ben Renow-Clarke, Gwenan Spearing, Matt Wade, Steve Weiss Coordinating editor Kevin Walter Copy Editor: Kim Wimpsett Compositor: SPi Global Indexer: SPi Global Artist: SPi Global Cover photo: michelle lowman Distributed to the book trade worldwide by springer Science+ Business Media New York 233 Spring Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10013. Phone 1-800-SPRINGER, fax (201)348 4505,firstname.lastname@example.org Apress Media, LLC is a California LLC and the sole member (owner)is Springer Science Business Media Finance Inc(SSBM Finance Inc). SSBM Finance Inc is a Delaware corporation Forinformationontranslations,email@example.com,orvisit WWw· apress·com Apress and friends of ed books may be purchased in bulk for academic, corporate, or promotional use e Book versions and licenses are also available for most titles. For more information, reference our Special Bulk Sales-e Book Licensing web page at www.apress.com/bulk-sales Any source code or other supplementary material referenced by the author in this text is availabletoreadersatwww.apress.com/9781430266013.Fordetailedinformation abouthowtolocateyourbookssourcecodegotowww.apress.com/source-code/ To my loving parents and family -ayant Varma Contents at a Glance About the authors About the technical reviewer Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: Here We Go round again Chapter 2: Core Data: What, Why, and How Chapter 3: A Super Start: Adding, Displaying, and Deleting Data Chapter 4: The Devil in the Detail View Chapter 5: Preparing for Change: Migrations and Versioning Chapter 6: Custom Managed Objects Chapter 7: Relationships, Fetched Properties, and Expressions Chapter 8: Behind Every iCloud Chapter 9: Peer-to-peer Over Bluetooth Using Multipeer Connectivity Chapter 10: Map Kit Chapter 11: Messaging: Mail, Social and iMessage Chapter 12: Media Library Access and Playback Chapter 13: Lights, Camera, and Action Chapter 14: Interface Builder and Storyboards Chapter 15: Unit Testing, Debugging, and Instruments Chapter 16: The Road Goes Ever On Index Contents About the authors About the technical reviewer Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: Here We Go round again What this book is What You need to know What You need before you can begin What's In this book Chapter 2: Core Data: What, Why, and How A Brief History of Core Data Creating a Core Data Application Core Data Concepts and Terminology The data model Entities Fetch Requests Configurations The Data Model Class: NSManagedObjectModel The persistent store and persistent store coordinator Reviewing the data Model Managed Objects Key-Value Coding Managed object Context Saves on Terminate Load data from the persistent store The Fetched results controller Creating and Inserting a New Managed object Deleting Managed Objects Putting everything in Context Chapter 3: A Super Start: Adding, Displaying, and Deleting Data Setting Up the Xcode Project Adding a Scene Scenes and Segues Storyboard Document Outline Application Architecture Designing the view controller Interface Creating herolistcontroller Making the connections and outlets Navigation Bar Buttons Tab bar and user defaults Designing the Data Model Adding an Entity Editing the New Entity Declaring the Fetched Results Controller Implementing the Fetched Results Controller Fetched Results controller Delegate Methods Making It all Work Error Handling Implementing Edit and Add Coding the Table View Data Source and delegate Sorting the Table View Loading the Fetch Request at Launch Let Er Rip Done but not done Chapter 4: The Devil in the Detail View View Implementation Choices Creating the detail View Controller Wiring Up the Segue Hero detailController Detail View Challenges Controlling the Table Structure with Property Lists Property Lists Explained Modeling Table Structure with a Property List Defining the table View via Property List Parsing the Property List Pushing the Details Showing the details Editing the Details Editing Mode in the Detail view Creating a Custom UlT able View Cell Subclass Saving Your Changes Specialized Input views Date Picker SuperDBEditCell Subclass sing the Date Picker Super DBEditCell Subclass Implementing a Selection Picker Devil's End Chapter 5: Preparing for Change: Migrations and Versioning About data models Data models are compiled Data Models Can Have multiple versions Creating a New data model version The Current data model version Data model version identifiers Migrations Lightweight VS Standard Standard Migrations Setting Up Your App to Use Lightweight Migrations Time to Migrate On Chapter 6: Custom Managed objects Updating the Data Model Adding the Age Attribute Adding the Favorite Color Attribute Adding a Minimum Length to the Name Attribute Creating the hero class Tweaking the Hero Header Defaulting Validation Single-Attribute Validations nil vs nUll Multiple-Attribute Validations Virtual accessors Adding Validation Feedback Updating the Detail view Refactoring SuperDBEditCell Xcode Refactoring Options Moving code around Editable property Creating a Color Table View Cell Custom color editor Custom Color table view cell Cleaning Up the Picker One More Thing Color Us gone Chapter 7: Relationships, Fetched Properties, and Expressions Expanding Your Application Superpowers and Reports Relationships To-One Relationships To-Many Relationships Inverse Relationships Fetched Properties Creating Relationships and Fetched Properties in the Data Model Editor Delete rules Expressions and Aggregates Adding the power entit Creating the Powers Relationship Creating the Inverse Relationship Creating the olderHeroes Fetched Property What is a predicate Creating the youngerHeroes Fetched Property Creating the same SexHeroes Fetched Property Creating the opposite Sexheroes Fetched property Adding Relationships and Fetched Properties to the Hero class Updating the detail view Rethinking Configuration Encapsulation and Information Hiding Data-Driven Configuration Adding powers Refactoring the Detail View Controller Renaming the configuration class
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