Brian Miller, Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa's Beginning iOS Cloud and Database Development: Build PDF

By Brian Miller, Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa

Starting iOS Cloud and Database improvement will get you began with construction apps that use Apple's iCloud. You'll study the strategies in order to assist you to devise and create iOS apps which may have interaction with iCloud servers. From the fundamentals up, you'll steadily the best way to configure your app for iCloud, add and obtain documents, enforce revisions, upload clash answer guidelines, and paintings with customized documents.
There's extra! You'll easy methods to combine iCloud with middle info dependent purposes. in addition to technical suggestion, you'll locate feedback and top practices to layout the interplay of iCloud-driven applications.

According to many assets, analysts, and exhibits, Apple will count a growing number of on iCloud or net apps within the cloud to shop and circulation data-intensive media and other forms of apps. because the majority of apps use a few kind of data—and that basically will develop as apps develop into extra complicated with wealthy and streaming media—this booklet exhibits builders how you can create apps for iCloud, Apple's new cloud computing garage and information provider.

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Organization and Preliminary Setup In this app we access some methods from the Application Delegate. We create a Define Directive in the precompiled headers file to make this process easier to use later. This is something done in all the apps built and using a shorthand method helps move things along faster. 1. m, respectively. You can do this by selecting the file in the Project Navigator and then selecting it again. 2. h. 3. We also want to change the class name on line 11 from AppDelegate to CTAppDelegate.

9. Select the Table View Section inside the Table View in the Document Outline. You may need to expand the Table View contents by clicking the caret that is just to the left of it. 10. Change Rows to 1 in the Attribute Inspector. 11. Drag a Label into the Table View Cell. 39 40 CHAPTER 4: Basic Setup of iCloud and Key-Value Storage 12. Change the dimensions of the label to x:15 y:11 width:112 height:21. 13. Change the text Label to Display Name. 14. Now drag a Text Field into the Table View Cell.

Document Metadata One of the nice features of iCloud is how it handles your file metadata. Your files’ metadata take precedence over the actual data contained inside the document. The document service is very aggressive about pushing metadata to the cloud ahead of the actual changed data. What this means to you as a developer is that your application is going to be aware of all the files available to it even if that file’s data hasn’t been completely pushed to iCloud or downloaded to your device.

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