Mastering CoreData with CloudKit in Swift 5 for iOS 13
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Welcome to the Complete Mastering CloudKit with CoreData in Swift 5
This course was created to gain the knowledge of Core Data with the latest Swift 5 targeted for iOS 13. We will be using the latest Xcode 11. In this course you are going to learn how to implement CoreData with CloudKit in iOS Application.
What is Core Data? Why should I know about Core Data?
Core Data is one of the most powerful framework that Apple has provided for developer. Core Data is a framework that you use to manage the model layer objects in your application. It provides generalized and automated solutions to common tasks associated with object life cycle and object graph management, including persistence. – Source from Apple.
If you are passionate about learning mobile development for iOS and looking to take your iOS development skills to the next level, Core Data framework should be at the top of your list. By the time you are done with Mastering CloudKit with CoreData in Swift 5 course, you will be ready and very confident to take any Core Data project.
What is CloudKit?
CloudKit is one of the most powerful framework that Apple has provided for developer. The CloudKit framework provides interfaces for moving data between your app and your iCloud containers. You use CloudKit to take your app’s existing data and store it in the cloud so that the user can access it on multiple devices. You can also store data in a public area where all users can access it. – Source from Apple.
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Ore Porat –
Hard to understand and wasn’t the best at explaining the concept. Goes over CloudKit well though and is worth $10, just it may be tough for some people to understand it.
hwan seok chang –
This lecture is not special. I can find it on Google.
Vincent Koh –
It is accent of the lecturer is ver strong. I have difficulty trying to catch what he says. Also I think he is going way too fast. Good thing I have some foundation else I will really be lost.
William Case –
I did pick up a few new tricks. However, Topics were cut and pasted from multiple lessons in which names of various components were changed making it hard to follow.
Wilfried Schulze –
Inhaltlich gut und einfach aufgebaut. Sehr gut nachvollziehbares Beispiel, dass alle Punkte erl utert, um den Stoff in die Praxis umzusetzen
Thomas Fahlke –
Er Inhalt ist sehr gut, genau das, was erwartet wurde. Leider l sst die Verst ndlichkeit der Sprache etwas zu w nschen brig. Auch die Hinterlegung mit Musik ist nicht mein Geschmack. Etwas mehr Erl uterungen zur Vorgehensweise h tte ich mir ebenfalls gew nscht.
Doug Robison –
I did learn some things from this course but learning was made difficult by his accent and speed. Also, the background music became very annoying especially when it’s playing the same loop for 2 hours. There was part of one lecture where, all the sudden, the volume just dropped and it was hard to hear.
Chris Dressler –
Some of the errors and then going back to correct them is a little tedious and sometimes he moves very quickly to the next item so the pacing can take lots of back and forth scrubbing on the video to get the tasks done.