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Learning iCloud Data Management: A Hands-On Guide to Structuring Data for iOS and OS X by Jesse Feiler

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2. Setting Up iCloud for Development

In Chapter 1, “Exploring iCloud and Its User Interface,” you saw how iCloud looks to users. For many users, it’s just a logical way of working, and iCloud really isn’t an issue that they think about. For other users who have become used to managing their own files and folders on their various devices and desktops, there can be a significant effort at familiarization—an unlearning process. As technology advances, these unlearning events happen from time to time, but in the long run, the old way of doing things is forgotten. You may have had to configure a dial-up modem with bit rates and parity settings, for example. Now, even dial-up modems are automated and managed with handshakes to adjust their own settings. ...

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