Saving Data in iOS

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

Part 1: Files & Data

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Notes: 09. 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 first part on saving data in iOS. Hopefully you're starting to feel confident in your knowledge of Swift's foundation data, data types, URLs and saving and loading data using Swift. These topics lay the foundation for most everything you'll need to do to save data on Apple platforms. It's also starting to prove really helpful in getting rid of the forgetful Filipe nickname. But there's still work to do. Now Swift 4 brought us a really powerful encoding and decoding system based around the codeable protocol. Because of all that, you'll be able to get started working with JSON and property lists really quickly. They're both relatively simple and modern solutions for saving your data, and they will help you in the next part, where you'll store Reminders data in your Swift UI application. See you there!