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Now that you have completed the first part of the book, you should be comfortable using an SQLite database and implementing views into your data with the UITableView control. You have learned to build data-driven applications for iOS that can efficiently access large amounts of data stored in an SQLite database and display that data with your own highly customized tables.
Up until this point, you have not looked at how to store the data that users create on the device. For instance, if you wanted to create a task manager, you would need to be able to save the user-created tasks. You could use SQLite to INSERT the data, now that you know how to execute arbitrary SQL statements against the database. However, there is an API designed specifically for storing the objects in your application model: Core Data. ...