Wednesday, August 7, 2019

RestKit for iOS: Link your apps and web services using RestKit

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You can ask yourself the question, "Why would I read the book about this library?" Of course, you can read the RestKit documentation. It's a perfect example of how to write down a good API reference for a framework. On the other hand, you can dive into researching the RestKit test cases, which is also nice and interesting, as the unit tests are covering almost all the functionalities of a framework. However, it won't make you happy.

While reading the API documentation is nice and it is full of simple examples for every class, it won't help you understand how to easily apply the framework in your daily jobs. Therefore, the key goal of this book is to provide guidance and real-life usage examples. We will start from a basic example of how to load a simple list of objects to creating a full-featured app, with advanced mapping techniques, Core Data integration, and so on.

Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Modeling and Loading Remote Objects
Chapter 3: Persistence with Core Data
Chapter 4: Advanced Stuff
Appendix A
Appendix B

Author Details
"Taras Kalapun" has more than 10 years experience as a Software Developer and Consultant in Mobile and Web. His background spans numerous technologies, programming languages, and databases. He was involved in developing more than 100 iOS projects and web services, as well as project management activities.

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