quellish

Los Angeles, CA

Aug
20
awarded Nice Answer
Aug
20
awarded Enlightened
Aug
14
answered completionHandler definition inside handleEventsForBackgroundURLSession:
Jul
12
awarded Necromancer
Jun
13
comment KVC in UITableView subclass causing crash with accessibility enabled
Please be sure to file a radar
Jun
5
awarded iphone
Jun
1
comment Delete NSManagedObject from a tableView and correctly re-load view
Saving the context will not trigger it under all conditions. processPendingChanges is the call site that tells the context to process user events. Performing an operation in the context using performBlock: will cause user events to be processed, performBlockAndWait: will not - for very good reasons. There are many conditions under which processing user events would be unsafe or leave the context in an undefined state. This is why calling processPendingChanges directly is often not the best advice.
May
30
answered Can two NSPersistentStoreCoordinator use the same DB?
May
30
comment Delete NSManagedObject from a tableView and correctly re-load view
Is there a reason you are not using an NSFetchedResultsController?
May
30
comment Strange parent / child NSManagedObjectContext phenomenon
It is not recommended to use NSManagedObjectContextDidSaveNotification with nested contexts. The parent-child relationships replace notifications as a change distribution mechanism, mixing the two can cause problems.
May
30
comment Strange parent / child NSManagedObjectContext phenomenon
A save pushes one level down (child pushes to parent) and one level down only. A save in a parent context would not typically cause a change in the child unless the child's staleness interval was a very low value.
May
26
comment Cocoa Touch Framework fails to debug on simulator in embedding project
"As it turns out, XCode no longer creates fat binaries out of the box." Xcode never did for both simulator and device. These are two different SDKs.
May
20
awarded Fanatic
May
8
comment OSStatus error code -34018
Is protected data available when this occurs?
May
7
revised How to best handle CoreData + iOS State Restoration?
added information about blocking the main queue
May
7
answered How to best handle CoreData + iOS State Restoration?
May
3
answered Error when attempting to run UI automation script from jenkins
May
3
comment How to best handle CoreData + iOS State Restoration?
No, a global shared object would be the opposite of the pass the baton approach.
Apr
28
answered How to handle non standard unicode characters in CoreData?
Apr
11
comment iOS - Is it possible to cache the chunked HTTP response?
from the NSURLRequest documentation: "If you are making HTTP or HTTPS byte-range requests, always use the NSURLRequestReloadIgnoringLocalCacheData policy. To learn more, read Caching Byte-Range Requests."
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