Static Tables in Code

While there are a lot of great gems and tools to help us with creating great looking user interfaces in code in RubyMotion, sometimes I still like to explore how to do stuff at the iOS API level without using all the magic. Especially when just writing the code turns out to be pretty straightforward and elegant all on its own.

Core Data has selects

After my last post, there was an interesting side discussion on Twitter (with @macfanatic and @kastiglione) about some alternatives. It was interesting enough that I thought it would make good material for another post. So here ya go!

Core Data in Motion - Chapter 2

So, Core Data and relationships. Lots of iOS apps are small, so why wouldn’t you just smoosh all your data into one big model?

And the survey says...

Thanks to everyone who participated in my Ruby Workshop survey. Although I didn’t get a tonne of responses, the ones I did get formed some distinct patterns, so I got what I needed.

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