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Beginning iOS Cloud and Database Development

  • Authors
  • Nathan Ooley
  • Nick Tichawa
  • Brian Miller

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 1-10
  3. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 11-18
  4. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 19-22
  5. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 23-56
  6. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 57-111
  7. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 113-136
  8. Nathan Ooley, Nick Tichawa, Brian Miller
    Pages 137-144
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 145-148

About this book

Introduction

Beginning iOS Cloud and Database Development gets you started with building apps that use Apple's iCloud. You'll learn the techniques which will enable you to devise and create iOS apps that can interact with iCloud servers. From the basics up, you'll progressively learn how to configure your app for iCloud, upload and download files, implement revisions, add conflict resolution policies, and work with custom documents.

There's more! You'll learn how to integrate iCloud with Core Data based applications. Besides technical advice, you'll find suggestions and best practices to design the interaction of iCloud-driven applications.

According to many industry sources, analysts, and shows, Apple will rely more and more on iCloud or web apps in the cloud to store and stream data-intensive media and other kinds of apps. As the majority of apps use some sort of data—and that only will grow as apps become more complex with rich and streaming media—this book shows developers how to create apps for iCloud, Apple's new cloud computing storage and data service.

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