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I don't see how bindings come into this. I'm also unclear by what you
mean by "setup wizards" - are you referring to Xcode templates, or...?
This is actually a graphical interface on top of a coredata database
(XML) So I used the core data tools and bindings to define my database.
There are many parts to this application. One side reads in the image
of a Nicelodian piano roll and detects where the holes are. The other
side needs to draw either the background image (lines) or the holes
dots. A separate part of the program also contains a database of 100s
of these Nickelodian Piano rolls. This part works as sort of an iTunes
Play list. I set most of this up with the core data document finger
paint program thing used in the departments and employees example. Not
sure what the finger painting interface is actually called, it really
works nice, though for setting up lists of events. Much better than the
old "list manager."
One might think of the database as MIDI, but it quote Doctor Who, "That
would be wrong."
The suggestions as to using CA are interesting since there are
similarities to audio and video editing which I had not considered.
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