We can use the
RKObjectRequestOperation class for every single request, as seen in the basic example of the previous chapter. But such code blocks will tend to be pretty big, and against the Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY) principle.
The most preferable way would be to configure all the API endpoints and their mapping configuration in one place, and then just use one-line request methods.
This chapter will describe how to configure our project to leverage such an approach using
RKObjectManager and configured object mapping. Apart from discussing how to load the remote objects, we will get some knowledge on pushing data and objects back to the server. Additionally, the chapter will describe how to make our ...