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RestKit for iOS by Taras Kalapun

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Entering data in forms

We already have our GenericTableViewController class for loading and showing objects; now let's see how we can make a kind-of-the-same controller for creating a new object or editing and delegating the existing objects.

You can create one from scratch using generic UIKit components, but we will do this with a library called QuickDialog. The example form created using this library is shown in the following screenshot:

Entering data in forms

Editing a Collection

First of all, you need to install it to your project. To do so, add pod 'QuickDialog' to your Podfile, and run pod install from a command line in the root of a project.

Let's call out the new ...

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