MagicalRecord alternatives and similar libraries
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CoreStore9.1 5.1 L2 MagicalRecord VS CoreStoreUnleashing the real power of Core Data with the elegance and safety of Swift
Mogenerator9.0 0.0 L2 MagicalRecord VS MogeneratorCore Data code generation
Sync8.6 3.6 L1 MagicalRecord VS SyncJSON to Core Data and back. Swift Core Data Sync.
Ensembles8.0 1.6 L3 MagicalRecord VS EnsemblesA synchronization framework for Core Data.
ObjectiveRecord7.9 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS ObjectiveRecordActiveRecord for Objective-C.
QueryKit7.7 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS QueryKitA simple CoreData query language for Swift and Objective-C.
encrypted-core-data7.3 0.0 L1 MagicalRecord VS encrypted-core-datav2.0 - iOS Core Data encrypted SQLite store using SQLCipher
Graph6.8 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS GraphGraph is a semantic database that is used to create data-driven applications.
AlecrimCoreData6.8 0.4 L2 MagicalRecord VS AlecrimCoreDataA powerful and simple Core Data wrapper framework written in Swift.
CoreDataStack6.3 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS CoreDataStackThe Big Nerd Ranch Core Data Stack
JSQCoreDataKit6.1 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS JSQCoreDataKitA swifter Core Data stack
SSDataKit5.5 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS SSDataKitEliminate your Core Data boilerplate code.
PrediKit5.4 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS PrediKitAn NSPredicate DSL for iOS, OSX, tvOS, & watchOS. Inspired by SnapKit and lovingly written in Swift.
AERecord4.8 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS AERecordSuper awesome Swift minion for Core Data (iOS, macOS, tvOS)
DATAStack4.0 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS DATAStack100% Swift Simple Boilerplate Free Core Data Stack. NSPersistentContainer
ios-queryable3.9 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS ios-queryableios-queryable is an implementation of IQueryable/IEnumerable for Core Data
Skopelos3.8 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS SkopelosA minimalistic, thread safe, non-boilerplate and super easy to use version of Active Record on Core Data. Simply all you need for doing Core Data. Swift flavour.
HardCoreData3.7 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS HardCoreDataCoreData stack and controller that will never block UI thread
JustPersist3.5 1.1 MagicalRecord VS JustPersistJustPersist is the easiest and safest way to do persistence on iOS with Core Data support out of the box. It also allows you to migrate to any other persistence framework with minimal effort.
SLRESTfulCoreData3.4 0.0 L1 MagicalRecord VS SLRESTfulCoreDataObjc naming conventions, autogenerated accessors at runtime, URL substitutions and intelligent attribute mapping
CloudCore3.2 0.0 MagicalRecord VS CloudCoreRobust CoreData-CloudKit synchronization, including offline queuing, relationships, private, shared and public databases, field-level deltas, encrypted values, maskable attributes, cacheable assets, and more.
CWCoreData2.8 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS CWCoreDataAdditions and utilities to make it concurrency easier with the Core Data framework.
Cadmium2.8 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS CadmiumA Swift framework that wraps CoreData, hides context complexity, and helps facilitate best practices.
PredicateFlow2.4 0.0 MagicalRecord VS PredicateFlowWrite amazing, strong-typed and easy-to-read NSPredicate.
CoreDataDandy1.9 0.0 L4 MagicalRecord VS CoreDataDandyA feature-light wrapper around Core Data that simplifies common database operations.
Records1.5 8.0 MagicalRecord VS Recordshttps://github.com/rob-nash/Records
Core Data Query Interface1.3 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS Core Data Query InterfaceA type-safe, fluent Swift library for working with Core Data
DataKernel0.9 0.0 L5 MagicalRecord VS DataKernelSimple CoreData wrapper to ease operations
FetchKit0.4 0.0 MagicalRecord VS FetchKitLightweight Core Data fetch framework
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support
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In software engineering, the active record pattern is a design pattern found in software that stores its data in relational databases. It was named by Martin Fowler in his book Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture. The interface to such an object would include functions such as Insert, Update, and Delete, plus properties that correspond more-or-less directly to the columns in the underlying database table.
Active record is an approach to accessing data in a database. A database table or view is wrapped into a class; thus an object instance is tied to a single row in the table. After creation of an object, a new row is added to the table upon save. Any object loaded gets its information from the database; when an object is updated, the corresponding row in the table is also updated. The wrapper class implements accessor methods or properties for each column in the table or view.
MagicalRecord was inspired by the ease of Ruby on Rails' Active Record fetching. The goals of this code are:
- Clean up my Core Data related code
- Allow for clear, simple, one-line fetches
- Still allow the modification of the NSFetchRequest when request optimizations are needed
Status of the project
This project's activity has stopped, superseded by Core Data itself. Our latest versions available are:
- MagicalRecord 2.4.0, a stable version, available from tag '2.4.0' or
pod 'MagicalRecord', :git => 'https://github.com/magicalpanda/MagicalRecord'.
- MagicalRecord 3.0.0, an experimental version, available in two flavors, one is branch
release/3.0and the other is branch
- [Getting Started](Docs/Getting-Started.md)
- [Working with Managed Object Contexts](Docs/Working-with-Managed-Object-Contexts.md)
- [Creating Entities](Docs/Creating-Entities.md)
- [Deleting Entities](Docs/Deleting-Entities.md)
- [Fetching Entities](Docs/Fetching-Entities.md)
- [Saving Entities](Docs/Saving-Entities.md)
- [Importing Data](Docs/Importing-Data.md)
- [Other Resources](Docs/Other-Resources.md)
This project's activity has stopped. MagicalRecord is provided as-is, free of charge. For support, you have a few choices:
- Ask your support question on Stack Overflow, and tag your question with MagicalRecord.
- If you believe you have found a bug in MagicalRecord, please submit a support ticket on the GitHub Issues page for MagicalRecord or a pull request. Please do NOT ask general questions on the issue tracker. Support questions will be closed unanswered.
- For more personal or immediate support, MagicalPanda is available for hire to consult on your project.