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Category:Multi-player video games Category:2008 video games Category:Puzzle video games Category:Windows games Category:Windows-only games Category:Video games developed in PolandQ: What is the recommended way to use core data on OS X? I've been using the stock Core Data app, but this seems to be unstable and won't work on 10.7.4. Also, the way I understand it (since I haven't used Core Data before), it should really only be used for data persistence while developing. Then when you're ready to have it persist across changes, you should switch over to a relational database. So, what is the recommended way of using Core Data when working on OS X? A: If you are using a full fledged Cocoa Application with lots of nibs and subviews, I would definitely recommend you to use NSManagedObjects with NSManagedObjectContext. It is very simple to use and provides all necessary features. There are many tutorials on how to use NSManagedObjects with NSManagedObjectContext on the web. Here is an example: - (NSManagedObjectContext *) managedObjectContext { if (_managedObjectContext!= nil) { return _managedObjectContext; } NSPersistentStoreCoordinator *coordinator = [self persistentStoreCoordinator]; if (coordinator!= nil) { _managedObjectContext = [[NSManagedObjectContext alloc] init]; [_managedObjectContext setPersistentStoreCoordinator:coordinator]; } return _managedObjectContext; } - (NSManagedObject *) existingObject { NSManagedObjectContext *context = [self managedObjectContext]; if (context) { return [context existingObject]; } return nil; } The creation of NSManagedObjectContext is very simple. - (NSPersistentStoreCoordinator *)persistentStoreCoordinator { if (_persistentStoreCoordinator!= nil) {