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By Vladimir Mitrovic on May 9, 2010
Keeping BLOBs (Binary Large OBjects) in your Core Data store is generally a bad idea. If you happen to have a large graph of managed objects in your application, it becomes increasingly difficult to manage memory. Faulting can help to a certain extent, but I’ve found it very difficult to successfully manage memory by faulting […]
By Vladimir Mitrovic on May 8, 2010
If you need a quick way to resize your UIImage objects project-wide, the best way to do so is to add a new method to the UIImage class by defining a category. Categories are Objective-C’s mechanism for extending a class’ functionality without subclassing it. So, let’s declare a new category named Resizing on UIImage, and […]