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Core Data in Swift by Marcus S. Zarra

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The Recipe List

When users launch our application, they’re immediately presented with a list of recipes. The list is represented in the storyboard as a UITableView with a prototype cell. We’re using a basic cell in the prototype, as shown here.

images/Storyboard1.png

Associated with this UI element in the storyboard, we also have a UIViewController named PPRMasterViewController. The data for this UITableViewController is driven by an NSFetchedResultsController (which we explore in detail in Chapter 3, iOS: NSFetchedResultsController). Right now we’re concerned with the segues of this UIViewController. The segues describe the transition that our application uses when ...

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