Good CoreData tutorial involving relationships and dumping sample data into the DB without needing UI for it. Code samples abound!
In the months, weeks and days leading up to WWDC this year, all of the talk was on the iPhone. We’d heard that it would be both thicker and thinner. We’d heard about 3G. We’d heard about GPS.
We’d hoped for a better camera. We’d hoped for video. We’d hoped for a front-mounted camera to support video conferencing.
Then, much more recently, we began to hear about this new OSX 10.6, dubbed Snow Leopard. Interesting choice of names since we’re already using Leopard.
All of this talk about OS X 10.5 Leopard being delayed until October is really shaking things up in the Mac world. According to Apple’s statement:
…we will not be able to release Leopard at our Worldwide Developers Conference in early June as planned…We now plan to show our developers a near final version of Leopard at the conference, give them a beta copy to take home so they can do their final testing
So, Leopard would’ve been released at WWDC, eh? And developers will see a “near final version” and receive a “beta copy” to play with. But in reality, what does that really leave us at WWDC?