I'm still not getting this. Why go to the trouble of setting up four
separate NSURLConnections when one will do the job? And at the same
time give me a very simple way to know when all the data is in place?
If the files took a long time to download, I could see it. But these
take less than 5 seconds, even with a completely synchronous download.
On 2009-10-31, at 19:01 , Kyle Sluder wrote:
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 6:50 PM, DKJ <email@hidden> wrote:
I was worried that having a download connection for each file would
more complicated for the app to know when they were all finished.
Translation: "I don't know how to do it correctly, and therefore fear
it. I want to stick to what I know."
You can overcome this fear; it's surprisingly easy to do. All you
have to do is start writing the code, without concern that you're
doing it wrong. Keep butting your head against it and eventually the
pattern will shine through.
This is a process with which I got very familiar while learning Cocoa.
The intricacy of correct usage is intimidating, but the only way to
overcome it is to try.
Hatzic Intellectual Software
Victoria BC, Canada
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