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Core Data for iOS: Developing Data-Driven Applications for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch by Tom Harrington, Tim Isted

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Chapter 9. Working with Multiple View Controllers and Undo

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Editing Managed Objects

Working with Undo

Up until this point in the book, you’ve been working with example iOS applications that use only a single view controller containing a single table view. In this chapter, you’ll see how to pass managed objects and managed object contexts to additional view controllers to allow you to edit values on existing managed objects.

You’ll also see how to make use of Core Data’s built-in undo functionality, seeing how to support the Shake to Edit feature to undo changes to managed objects.

Editing Managed Objects

This chapter adds some additional functionality to the Random People application, enabling the user to edit individual ...

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