Core Data is a framework, which can persist objects graph to a designated store, including SQLite, XML, Binary and In-Memory. In this course, you will learn how to use the Core Data with your iOS apps implemented in SwiftUI framework.
Getting Started with Core Data and Performing CRUD Operations
Core Data Building Blocks
Understanding MVVM Design Pattern
Core Data and MVVM
Relationships - One to Many
Relationships - Many to Many
Fetching Data from Core Data Store
FetchedResultsController and @FetchRequest
Core Data in Multithreaded Environment
Syncing Core Data with CloudKit
After completing this course you will be ready to build your first Core Data app for iOS platform.
macOS Catalina or above
Xcode 14 or above
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