Take a deep dive into Core Data with Saul Mora in this podcast episode!
Learn how to use multiple managed object contexts to improve the performance of your apps in this Core Data Tutorial in Swift!
Learn how to use lightweight migrations in a Core Data app in this step-by-step tutorial!
Learn how to make your first Core Data app using Swift in this step-by-step tutorial.
Learn about Realm, a mobile database framework on iOS. In this Realm tutorial, you’ll build out a map-based app and learn how to create your data models, perform queries, fetch results, and update and delete records.
Learn about the NSFetchedResultsController in Core Data.
We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 core data tools and libraries, making it even easier to work with Core Data.
Learn about all the various parts of Core Data and how to integrate Core Data into your app.
A MagicalRecord tutorial for iOS that introduces the basics of setting up a CoreData stack and working with this popular library.
Thanks to the über smart engineers on the Core Data team at Apple, you can use lightweight migrations for an increasing percentage of your migration needs with every new release of iOS and OS X. In this tutorial, you will learn how to successfully perform a lightweight Core Data migration.
This is a blog post by Andy Pereira, a software developer at USAA in San Antonio, TX, and freelance iOS and OS X developer. Lately we’re starting to write more Mac app development tutorials on raywenderlich.com, since it’s a natural “next step” for iOS developers to learn! In our previous tutorial series by Ernesto Garcia, […]
This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Chris Wagner, an enthusiast in software engineering always trying to stay ahead of the curve. You can also find him on Google+. Welcome back to our 2-part tutorial series on how to synchronize core data with a web service! Just to refresh your memory, here’s what […]
This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Chris Wagner, an enthusiast in software engineering always trying to stay ahead of the curve. You can also find him on Google+. A lot of apps that store their data in a remote database only work when an Internet connection is available. Think about Twitter or […]
This is a tutorial where you’ll learn how to work with predicates and relationships in Core Data. It is written by iOS Tutorial Team member Cesare Rocchi, a UX designer and developer specializing in web and mobile applications. Good news – by popular request, we now have a 4th part to our Core Data tutorial […]
Note from Ray: iOS Tutorial Team member Adam Burkepile has kindly updated the Core Data series to iOS 5 – I’ll post an announcement about it in a bit. This tutorial was completely rewritten in order to show a more elegant way of preloading data by making a Mac command line app that reuses your […]