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Let’s start with the bit our users will actually see; the form itself. We’ve got a single text box (first Name) and the form is going to send its data via an HTTP Post.Unless we indicate otherwise, this will post back to the same location used to serve the form. Run this, enter a name, submit the form and all you’ll get is a half-complete sentence.Unless you're running ancient hardware or have comparably huge data sets I wouldn't worry about resource usage.

How many changes do you expect and how do you track changes?

Is this reasonable, or would it be better to compare the existing Core Data entries to the fetched entries and only make changes in Core Data for the difference?

I'd have to iterate through both the local and fetched manifests and search for differences, and I'm not sure how efficient that'd be compared to a straight purge.

To achieve this you’re going to need a form, which can be wired up to submit whatever information the user types in, back to your application.

Your app can then do whatever it needs to with that information (store it in a database, email it to someone etc.).

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