A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.
In Chapter 5 you learned how to create Core Data driven table-views. During this process the benefits of a fetched results controller was explained as one was implemented in
CoreDataTVC. This helpful
UITableViewController subclass was itself sub-classed as you customized Grocery Dude’s Prepare and Shop tabs to display different information. The application now looks a lot more like a real iOS application and less like an exercise in Core Data theory. This chapter will discuss how to pass selected managed objects from a table-view to a view. A custom view will then be configured to edit the selected managed object. You’ll also be shown how to configure ...