In this technique project we’re going to explore how Core Data and SwiftUI work together to help us build great apps. I already introduced you to the topic in project 11, but here we’re going to be going into more detail: custom managed object subclasses, ensuring uniqueness, and more.
American entrepreneur Jim Rohn once said, “success is neither magical nor mysterious – success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” Core Data is absolutely one of those basic fundamentals – you certainly won’t use it in every project, but understanding how it works and how to make the most of it will make you a better app developer.
Today you have five topics to work through, in which you’ll learn how
\.self works, how to save a managed object context only when needed, how to ensure objects are unique, and more.
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