In this article, we will discuss the unique characteristics of the iCloud Documents folder, the importance and applications of placeholder files, and we will also explore tips and techniques related to file operations and debugging.
In this article, we will discuss how to integrate iCloud Documents into applications, perform file read and write operations, and respond to changes in file content.
Core Data with CloudKit itself does not offer an option to enable or disable cloud synchronization in real-time. This article will attempt to propose a solution to this issue.
NSUbiquitousKeyValueStore is an official solution provided by Apple for sharing key-value data across devices. This article offers a simple introduction to its usage, focusing on how to conveniently use NSUbiquitousKeyValueStore in SwiftUI.
In this article, we will explore how to create applications that share data with multiple iCloud users using Core Data with CloudKit.
This article will introduce how to synchronize a public database to the local environment, creating a local Core Data database mirror using Core Data with CloudKit.
This article discusses some common issues encountered in developing Core Data with CloudKit projects, aiming to help everyone avoid detours and pitfalls.
This article explores the CloudKit dashboard.
In this article, we will explore the most common scenario in Core Data with CloudKit applications—synchronizing the local database with the iCloud private database.
Core Data with CloudKit brings cloud storage and multi-device synchronization capabilities to Core Data applications. This article will introduce the basic knowledge of it.