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Episode 6 - NSCoder, NSCoding, and NSUserDefaults

If CoreData is overkill for your application, you might be able to just write data out to the disk, or store it in NSUserDefaults. I'm going to show you how to do this in RubyMotion, and teach you how to encode and decode data which will help with storing any kind of data, not just your models.

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