|Feb 26, 2007, 06:45 PM||#1|
Lame question about Cocoa and Coredata
I am building my very first simple "cocoa application", which should load and show a certain part of text (it depends what you decide to show in combo box) stored "somewhere". I was just wondering, whether using "coredata application" is the best way and I should rebuild like that or ...?
and... do i understand correctly, that "coredata application" is the same as "cocoa application" but even has the support of the database?
|Feb 26, 2007, 07:02 PM||#2|
Core Data is an infrastructure, that is used with Cocoa, to help manage (change, save, retrieve, etc) data in a database... sounds like you want something simpler (to read a text file?). I recommend, in either case, starting w/o using core data, even though it is tempting. Learn the basics of Cocoa first.
|Feb 27, 2007, 03:02 AM||#3|
Ok, and so I'll make the "core data" application, save all needed data, which will be used. But then, I dont want to edit, add a thing and I dont want even the created interface for saving new data, I want a whole new interface which would show all stored information and I dont understand how to do it.
Just a tips, could someone? thx
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