Updating core data data model

In this question #407 I could find answer on first part of my question. How could Core Data objects be integrated with IGList Kit especially without NSFRC updates delegate methods? From example: However I am now having a issue with perform Updates that I reported in #460 because when Core Data objects are updated, even calling perform Updates does not reflect in UI correctly (even if the datasource is correctly updated) @rnystrom @racer1988 so the best way is to build view model over model and monitor updates in it? transfer updates part to something that could be immutable and could be diffable in its nature?

At the end my model should be something like: , it's solid at responding to changes among a MOC stack.

Then in several of the following sections you'll create the complete School data model by adding attributes to the classes you already created and creating new classes for the remaining entity types in the model.

For student enrollment dates, all of the web pages currently display the time along with the date, although all you care about for this field is the date.

( Some conventions in IGList Kit like NSObject is diffable by default?

) Above snippet from @rnystrom supposed you have the following code in your repo: https://github.com/racer1988/IGList Kit Perform Updates/blob/master/Marslink/Models/NSObject+IGList Diffable.swift this way, all NSObjects will be IGList Diffable.

This is the second article for our Core Data series.

I practically never get to it anymore, but I finally decided to write a post about it on this blog.

By using data annotation attributes, you can make one code change that will fix the display format in every view that shows the data.

To see an example of how to do that, you'll add an attribute to the setting specifies that the formatting should also be applied when the value is displayed in a text box for editing.

However, we only showed you how to insert records into data store through Core Data API and left out the update & delete operations.

Note: If this is the first time you learn about Core Data, we recommend you to read the first tutorial.

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