Home > Mac OS X > How to build a Core Data application on Tiger How to build a Core Data application on Tiger Submitted by Chris Brentano 2005-05-08 Mac OS X 8 Comments Over at Cocoa Dev Central, Scott Stevenson has written an easy to follow tutorial on building a Core Data application from scratch. Lots of good screenshots along the way and very easy to follow, even if you have minimal programming experience. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2005-05-09 3:18 am It’s very nice, if you do Cocoa programming of course. 😀 2005-05-09 3:51 am Very well written, I was too lazy to follow along with XCode, but it all made perfect sense. The only thing I find odd is that at the end they said to compile the application. Does the CoreData stuff need to be compiled? Cause they never did any code, and except for the CoreData stuff they just played with Bindings in Interface Builder, which requires no compilation (gotta love NIBs). 2005-05-09 6:43 am Yes, as there is no written code, there is nothing to compile – but you have to build the application. Because without, there would be no application bundle to double click. 2005-05-09 12:17 pm could I use Core Data as a means to manage my data in a web app? 2005-05-09 12:26 pm could I use Core Data as a means to manage my data in a web app? I haven’t got a clue. 🙁 2005-05-09 12:28 pm You may as well try to read this (linked from that same page) It has more info about the innerworkings of CoreData: http://www.cocoadevcentral.com/articles/000086.php 2005-05-09 5:06 pm I could not open it in firefox / mozilla… Do i need Safari for this? 2005-05-10 2:40 am Cocoadevcentral? It works with firefox, opera and safari as far as I’ve tested.