When I first mentioned the Magical Record library there seemed to be a lot of excitement from everyone that worked with Core Data, and Magical Record has gone on to become an extremely popular library thanks to constant updates from the developers recently adding support for ARC/Non-ARC projects and easy iCloud integration.
Today I came across a nice tutorial with an example project from Yannick Loriot (who also created the excellent Objective-C blocks cheat sheet) that shows you how to create a Core Data project from the ground up and use Magical Record to manipulate entries.
You can find the tutorial on Yannick’s website here.
The Magical Record team has done a good job of documentation on the Github page, but if you are just getting started with Core Data and want to know how to set up a basic core database, and the boilerplate code you’ll be using in your Core Data/Magical Record projects Yannick’s example is great.
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