I'm trying to get a handle on CoreData, and have read all of Apples
CoreData Docs and the tutorials on CocoaDevCenter, as well as
scouring this list for examples. My problem as a novice is that I
can't find any examples of creating programmatically what all of the
examples do using the GUI.
Specifically what I want to do is to read in a text file and parse
out my data, load up the attributes of each entity, then save the
data and present it graphically. The user does not create the data
nor alter it. The user would be able to sort it. I have created the
Object Model that has 6 different entities all linked as
relationships, 1 to many, to each other.
None of the examples I've studied give me an much of an idea on how
to do this. They do mention how to create and delete objects, but
what I'm having trouble with is the layout of the project, where I
should be putting the code for creating entities, which object needs
to have a controller in the NIB, etc. If I could find someone's
source code to look at that is doing something similar, that would be
a huge help.
Can anyone point me to a simple example source code that does
something like this? That way I wouldn't have to bother you with
stupid newbie questions!
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