3 Steps to fetch in Core Data (Swift)

1. Get the managed context:     let managedObjectContext = (NSApplication.sharedApplication().delegate as! AppDelegate).managedObjectContext! //Change AppDelegate for the name of the class of your Application Delegate   2. Set a variable to store the data:     var contentsOfTransactionFetchRequest = [] 3. Fetch the data you need         let fetchRequest = NSFetchRequest(entityName: “Whatever”)       […]

Working with NSUserDefaults in Swift 2

I was quite pleased to see than in Swift is even easier than in Objective-C. Here is how you do it: Create a variable that can access them:        var userDefaults = NSUserDefaults.standardUserDefaults()   Add values to dictionary:       userDefaults.setObject(“StringText”, forKey: “KeyInDictionary”)   Read values from dictionary:            let text = userDefaults.objectForKey(“KeyInDictionary”) as! […]