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OS X App Development with CloudKit and Swift by Bruce Wade

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© Bruce Wade 2016

Bruce Wade, OS X App Development with CloudKit and Swift, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1880-8_3

3. Defining Our Data

Bruce Wade

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Now that we have our app’s rough prototype, we can figure out what data we need to store in our app. In this chapter we will look at the different features of our mockup and break them down into data categories and types. Finally, we will create the first pass of our app so that in the next chapter we can shift our focus to CloudKit.

The mockup we created is intentionally simple and lacks certain features so that we can focus on the basic flow of going from idea to complete app.

Taking a Closer Look at Our Mockup

Figure 3-1 shows our completed mockup.

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