|Aug 14, 2006, 05:32 AM||#1|
CoreData and CocoaBindings question
Can someone please explain me what are Cocoa Bindings and Core Data? How can I use them?
I have 2 books for Cocoa programming: Cocoa Programming (Anguish, Buck, Yacktman) and Learning Cocoa with Objective-C. None of them tells anything about CoreData or Cocoabindings.
Can someone provide me with information or any link that might help me? Any book recommendation is also welcome.
|Aug 14, 2006, 07:50 AM||#2|
Basically bindings are a way of removing a lot of the boring code you'd otherwise have to write to get a user interface to work. It's especially useful for things like master-detail views. IMO you can't replace all UI boilerplate code with it but when what you want to do fits with what it expects, it can save a lot of code.
Core Data is a way of handing off data storage to cocoa frameworks. It supports three different storage methods including an SQL lite database. I've not had a chance to use it yet personally but it looks pretty funky.
There are (albeit pretty basic) tutorials for both on CocoaDevCentral
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