Saving Data in iOS

May 31 2022 · Swift 5.5, iOS 15, Xcode 13

Part 2: JSON

17. Conclusion

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Notes: 17. Conclusion

This course was originally recorded in April 2020. It has been reviewed and all content and materials updated as of November 2021.

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This marks the end of the second part on saving data in iOS. But most importantly, it also marks the end of forgetful Felipe, woohoo. By now, you have all the knowledge you need to load and save any type hierarchy you have in Swift to a JSON file in a nicely formatted file and even using custom keys. The concepts you learned here may look relatively simple, but they are incredibly powerful when working with data from files, web services, or other sources that you need to convert to or from native Swift types. Before I forget, although I have a cool app to help with that now is that you can also encode and decode this data as property lists which is precisely the topic of the last part of this course. See ya in a bit.