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Full database support for private and public CloudKit entities

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#1 Morten Jacobsen

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 12:16 AM

Databases was earlier all on sharing data. Now, its very much about a single user datastore.


With the IB interface so elaborated, support for Swift and the new bitcode, could you please consider full database support for CloudKit?


My dream would be defining the model in Xcode, use CloudKit components for for private or public entities and keep the rest of your good stuff in IB.


I'll love a comment from Tarek on the viability and challenges for this proposal to come true!



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Posted 27 August 2015 - 07:52 AM

Hi Morten,


We actually had this in mind since the release of iOS 8, but we initially found CloudKit to be too buggy and it would've been a nightmare to support. Now the vast majority of STV users prefer using Parse, since it enables them to have the same backend for both their iOS and Android apps. Have you checked out our Parse support? http://sensiblecocoa...ParseComBinding

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