Hello, I have an odd request. I want to know if it is possible to make a simple app that lets me have basic CRUD functionality (Create Read Update Delete) using just Core Data and Interface Builder. If some light coding is required, I might be able to figure it out with some tampering, although I don't know Objective-C. Some quick background: I'm familiar with the concepts of OO programming, and acquainted with design patters in general (most familiar with MVC), although I have rarely put them to practice because I got into programming starting with hand-coding web-pages, and then some PHP. Throw in a Java class, and that's how I learned OOP. I love that stuff, but these days I spend most of my dev work with XML + XSL. It's really bizarre stuff, but I love what I can do with it. Unfortunately, it has successfully kept me from learning other things. I love diagrams. Pictures really help me understand stuff much faster than reading specs. I totally love how the modelling tool in Core Data works, and I'm totally comfy with using it. I know how to play around in Interface Builder and that each little bit has a bunch of stuff you can configure in the inspecture. However, knowing how to connect all that stuff together with the model is where I'm weakest. I've read tutorials and the official documentation, but they all are generalized to accomodate any possible app someone might be writing. I just want a simple thing with a side panel that lets me make groups and display them in a table on the right, sort of iTunes-ish but just for arbitrary data that I would model using Core Data. So, I can totally model exactly what I want, and build the GUI to what I want. Is it possible to get them to connect writing minimal or no code? How to go about this without using more than I need?