Good day.

Please help me with data storage. Recently, I began to write on objective-c under mac os x, I need to store data in the program, about 500-2000 key-value pairs. As I understand it, there are 3 common ways to store data on mac os x: plist, core data and sqlite.

I know what plist and sqlite are, but I did not understand after reading a few articles how core data is arranged. Can someone tell me the articles that can be read, where functionality is compared, performance and everything else for these three systems.

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    Core Data is a variation of ORM. Layer for the base, no matter for what. Thus, you work with objects, and in fact objects are records in the database.

    Many articles on Habré . Go here for this little book - Pro Core Data for iOS . You will be a monster in this business.

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