Flatiron Day 19: Debugger Day
A project where we had to add NSFetchedResultsController and its delegate in order to fill a TableView with data.
Today, we had a Core Data Morning Assessment. Specifically, a project where we had to add NSFetchedResultsController and its delegate in order to fill a TableView with data. We also practiced how to access our AppDelegate from other parts of the App. After reviewing the code kata we went into Morning Lecture which focused on the Xcode Debugger. We ended the lecture with a quick CocoaPods install to kick-off our second of three units of the course: 3rd party APIs and SDKs. Tomorrow, we’ll dive into Unit Two: Building Real World Apps with CocoaPods after having installed it today.
We then took our third weekly 2 hour quiz which had the following six parts:
NSFetchedResultsController and Core Data
We reviewed the quiz answers today and then went into a Debugging Lab by taking a broken fortune cookie app and going through and fixing its issues through debugging.
Finally, at the end of the day at 7pm we held our iOS Dev NYC Meetup where Das presented iOS 7 View Transitions.
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Posted by Flatiron School / October 24, 2013
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