In computer science, persistence refers to the characteristic of state that outlives the process that created it. From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistence_%28computer_science%29

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iOS Best practice for handling model objects

There are different levels I'm asking this question at. Case 1: Let's think about the typical drill-down design. Say a table view controller has an array of custom objects, and tapping a cell will ...
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Strategies for maintaining backwards compatibility when persisting objects to XML [duplicate]

I am using XStream to persist Java objects to files. This works fine and so far I have had no problems. However, in the course of development, the objects have changed. Some new properties have been ...
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Manage the persistence of entities on iOS in several places: CoreData on the device, iCloud and on a REST API

For the needs of a project, I would persist the datas contained in Core Data in several places depending on the state of the user. If the user is logged to my API -> Persist the datas on my API. ...
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What are the bad points of using Core Data for iOS like an ORM

I just starting to use Core Data for my iOS app and I am thinking about how use Core Data for my needs. What are the features of my app: The user look for products proposed from a catalog. The user ...
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How do I make a domain model that doesn't violate OOP?

My game reads a number of JSON files, deserializes them, and hands the resulting objects off to the classes that need them. These deserialized objects, which can be thought of as the domain model, are ...
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Persist AJAX values [closed]

I have a simulator that pulls data from a DB - calculates and return JSON result to an ajax call that renders a table for the results. The calculation procedure are as follow: grab X number of data ...
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What's the easiest (quickest) way to share one dataset in my app with someone else

I have some javascript that creates a canvas image that I want users to be able to share. I simply need to save the image somehow. Nothing else. I've been contemplating using bits and pieces of ruby ...
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What programmable system can provide persistent scheduling? [closed]

I want to write an application that creates scheduled events at specific times. When the delay elapses the event notifies the application. The scheduled events must not be stored in the application's ...
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Persisting type in Java - should I be using flags?

Is there some specific piece of advice around persist values that indicate type? Specifically I want to know if I should persist a flag/state indicating the type in persistence or not. I get the ...
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The best approach to building a mobile service that's also available when the connection drops?

Hopefully this question will be a good suit for P.SE since it is a whiteboard-level 'how can this be done' conceptual question. I'm trying to build a product that needs to be available to someone on ...
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Persistent Storage format for (update+read)-intensive data

I am developing a Java application. While using the application, data would be generated that needs to be stored on disk. I am looking for an embedded database appropriate for a average use-case of ...
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Persisting and manipulating JS ArrayBuffer data on the server

My node.js app has to deal with (sometimes large; a few MB) tables of numerical data. I'm about to use JavaScript's native binary objects for this purpose (i.e. ArrayBuffer and friends), because they'...
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Can I share ~1k of dynamically updated data between HTML5/JS pages using only apache2?

I have an HTML5/Javascript web site. There is a form which updates JSON data. There are other pages which I would like to load that JSON data dynamically. I know how to do this via Tomcat/JSP but I'd ...