You want to store specific files into specific folders within the user’s iCloud storage for your app.
Follow these steps:
Make sure your app is set up to use iCloud (see Recipe 22.1)
Select your project file in Xcode and select the Summary tab.
Select the entitlements file that Xcode created for you by
clicking on it, as we saw in Recipe 22.1, and look at the first
value under the
section. This value is simply equal to
Prefix) plus your bundle
ID, so make a note of that. For my app for this recipe, the value of
this key is equal to
We are going to use this full value in the next steps.
In your app delegate, place the string that you copied from the iCloud Containers list, into a string. Prefix this string with your Team ID (see Recipe 22.2 on how to find your Team ID).
Now instantiate an object of type
NSFileManager and pass the path that you
created in the previous two steps to the
of this class. The value of this method will be the
local address for iCloud storage on the device
that is running your app. Let’s call this path Root iCloud
Append the folder name that you want to create to the Root
iCloud Path (see previous step). Keep the resulting path in a string
or an instance of
fileExistsAtPath:isDirectory: method of your file ...