Supporting the application with a specific interface


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Supporting the application with a specific interface

At this point, we have a working SQLite 3 database wrapper class called BWDB and a working SQLite 3 database called bwrss.db. Now we want to take these components and make an Objective-C class for using these components in iOS. So we will start by making a working copy of our project so far. So you can make a working copy of your results from movie three or like I am going to do here, I am just going to make a working copy from Testbed-03-done, and I am going to rename this to Testbed-05-working.

I am going to open up the project here in Xcode by double-clicking on the Xcode project file. Here we've got our BWDB Library, and you notice our testdatabase method here in our ViewController. I'm going to come right back over here to the Finder, and I am going to--first of all, I'm going to read-in our database. This is the database we created in the last movie, bwrss.db. I'm just going to drag this over here into our target, and you notice that I get this dialog box.

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Supporting the application with a specific interface
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Supporting the application with a specific interface provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Bill Weinman as part of the iOS SDK and SQLite: Building Data-Driven Apps (2013)

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