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Seeding a Core Data Persistent Store

Loading Seed Data From a Remote Server

Seeding a Core Data Persistent Store
1 Three Strategies 05:11
2 Hard-Coding Seed Data Plus 09:52
3 Seeding Data Asynchronously Plus 08:34
4 Avoiding Duplicates Plus 08:12
5 Loading Seed Data From a File Plus 08:21
6 Loading Seed Data From a Remote Server Plus 05:45
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In the previous episode, you learned how to load seed data from a file in the application's bundle. It's a common option that isn't that hard to implement. Once you've laid the groundwork, though, the seed data can come from anywhere. Let me show you what changes we need to make to seed the persistent store with data fetched from a remote server.

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