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May, 2014

CocoaPods manages library dependencies for your Xcode projects.

The dependencies for your projects are specified in a single text file called “Podfile”. CocoaPods resolves dependencies between libraries, fetches necessary code and links it together in an Xcode workspace to build your project.

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This article reviews the APIs for working with relational persistent data in Backendless. By the end of the article, you will have a working application which demonstrates various mechanisms for loading related data objects from the backend-as-a-service data store. To avoid any terminology confusion or overlap, let’s define related data as multiple objects referencing one another in the object-oriented data model. For example, suppose there is a class called Order. The class aggregates (references) a collection of OrderItem’s. This is a one-to-many relation. The OrderItem class has a one-to-one relation with a class called Manufacturer. Consider the following diagram: 

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