The setup discussed in this tutorial is lightweight and inexpensive. Not only is it inexpensive, it is also easy to maintain, which is a factor often overlooked by both clients and developers.
It is important to emphasize that property lists are ideal for small chunks of data and shouldn't be used as a replacement for a dedicated backend. If an application needs to be updated on a daily basis with new content then the strategy dicussed in this tutorial won't cut it.
To illustrate how all the different pieces fit together, we will build an iOS application appropriately named Remote Control. Even though the application itself won't do much, by integrating GroundControl to update the application's NSUserDefaults it will become clear how easy it is to remotely update an application with very little overhead. Let's get started.
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