In this meetup Ben Manning will give a talk on Background syncing between CoreData and a webservice.
Having a reliable method of keeping your data uptodate with a web service can be of utmost importance for users, especially when school students do their work on a desktop before using their phone to read the teachers response or give feedback. Ben will begin with a quick overview of the CoreData stack and how it can work with multiple managed object contexts. Then he’ll talk about a method of data syncing with a web service, without blocking the UI, so a data-bound tableView will animate in any changes. He will describe a method for this to work generically with a protocol and associated type.
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Background syncing between CoreData and a webservice
Ben Manning is lead iOS developer at Firefly Learning where he and another guy work on 3 iOS apps for Teachers, Students and Parents. Outside of app development he does gliding and is an assistant instructor for the UCL gliding club.