The power of RestKit comes when you want to manipulate remote objects. For the RestKit, all you need is to configure a response object mapping, set the request paths, and fire the appropriate method with the object.
In a RESTful web service, the CRUD operations are tightly related to the HTTP methods. Create, read, update, and delete operations map to the HTTP methods GET, PUT, POST, and DELETE respectively.
By the way, the HTTP 1.1 standard defines eight methods (or verbs): HEAD, GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, TRACE, OPTIONS, and CONNECT.
We discussed the Read operations in the previous sections. So in this one, we'll start by talking about the Create operation.
For example, let's make a code to create the new collection. ...