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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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Fast Core Data Backed Table Views in RubyMotion with NSFetchedResultsController

It’s time to learn how to efficiently manage a Core Data backed UITableView by using NSFetchedResultsController. It’s much simpler than you would think, and once it’s done it’s extremely easy to maintain. Your table views will be faster, your memory usage will go down, it’s just a great time to be a table view!

https://motioninmotion.tv/screencasts/16

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