iCloud stores user's content and wirelessly makes it available to all devices. iCloud Storage APIs allow application developers to store their apps' documents and key value data in iCloud. The API also gives developers the ability to access sync and backup services. iCloud will wirelessly push documents to a user's device automatically and update the documents when changed on any device. Currently, full access to documentation is only available to registered developers.
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The iCloud iOS Code Sample by n.evermind offers overview, UIdocument, and view controller. This sample code targets beginners who have never worked with iCloud. It could be also useful for developers who have two choices to work with the file structure: using the sandbox vs. using the cloud. This is a thread found on stackoverflow that includes sample code, tips, and users' comments.
The tutorial, "How-to Program in iOS with iCloud" displays information related to what iCloud can do for developers, the kinds of storage, how to enable iCloud, how to create a simple Note app, the design of user interface, and how to create view controller classes. Available how to test the Note app for revisions and improvement.