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RestKit - From Zero to Hero

by Developer Advocate at Google on Mar 27, 2012

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This talk explains what RestKit is and how it can help you build applications that sync with REST services. The code for this talk is available at https://github.com/peterfriese/RestKitFromzeroToHero

This talk explains what RestKit is and how it can help you build applications that sync with REST services. The code for this talk is available at https://github.com/peterfriese/RestKitFromzeroToHero

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  • gonzooin Gonzo Oin, iOS Developer at Bsoft.fr Nice work :) 1 year ago
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  • riruilo Ricardo López Hello!

    A question:
    If I select RKRequestBackgroundPolicyContinue
    What happens before time expires (I think is about 10 minutes, but maybe you are downloading something large)? Is the request is cancelled, requeue again or restarted when app restarts?

    Thanks a lot.
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  • mbabgi mbabgi Thanks for the useful slides.
    But in caching, when if I called 'fetchDataFromDataStore' method the app will crash and the reason: 'executeFetchRequest:error: A fetch request must have an entity'

    any idea why that happening since I did the same thing that you have done on 'RestKitDemo4' project.

    Mosab
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  • adriennevillar9 Adrienne Villar where did you put these lines (slide 26) in your code? 1 year ago
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  • daemonsy Damon Aw, Investments & Specialized Products (ANZ Wealth Management) at Royal Bank of Scotland You made me realize there's a simple call for the model, [XYZModel allObjects];

    That solves a lot.
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  • riruilo Ricardo López Thanks a lot!
    Very interesting.
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  • peterfriese Peter Friese, Developer Advocate at Google @riruilo just saw your post, sorry for the delay.

    1) UDID: yes, I know. I did point out this issue in my talk, but nevertheless wanted to show how you can use this feature.

    2) XML: yes, you can use XML. RestKit will automatically map XML structures to Objective-C objects depending on the mapping you provide.

    3) Yes, you can cancel network request after they have been queued.

    4) There are no preconditions w.r.t. to the backend server, as you can influence how RestKit performs REST calls.

    HTH, Peter
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  • riruilo Ricardo López In slide 9 I see you use UDID, but nowadays Apple rejects apps that use it.

    Can be XML used or not at all?

    CAn be network request be cancelled while they are being executed?

    How do you usually create your REST servers? I remember there was time ago a library for iOS called objective resource, that was very easy integrating it if your server was created ussing Ruby on Rails. Are there any preconditions about the server or REST?

    Thanks a lot for help.
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