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Lesson 10 - iOS ToDo app in Swift - Working with the database

In the previous lesson, iOS ToDo app in Swift - Filling in and serialization , we finished our ToDo app. We used a simple serialization to save data to a file.

Serialization is sufficient for small data structures. However, as soon as there was more data structures stored, they would reference to each other somehow and we'd needed to filter them and meet many limitations constantly. That's why we're going to edit our ToDo app in this iOS development Swift tutorial and make it use a database. You'll end up knowing two approaches to save data depending on


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In this Swift tutorial, we'll have a look at how to save the data of our ToDo app into a fully-featured database.

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Article has been written for you by Filip Němeček