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2014-01-04, 13:51

I'm writing an iOS app (that will eventually have an OS X version as well), and I'm trying to decide on UIDocument vs UIManagedDocument. I've read that using CoreData lets you do things like automagically update an open document on one device when it's changed on another device, and I'd love to have that functionality, but CoreData just makes my head spin in many directions. So my current plan is get it all working using regular [UI|NS]Document, and then when everything else has stabilized switch over to [UI|NS]ManagedDocument. Does that sound like a good idea to those of you who have experience in this area, or am I just asking for trouble later on?

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