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Xcode connect to MySQL

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I have been researching this for a while.

Can Xcode query a remote MySQL server? If so examples?
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The question is in iOS zone. So you need an iOS app that will work with a MySQL server.
These tutorials helped me a lot:
How to Write an iOS App That Uses a Web Service
How To Write A Simple PHP/MySQL Web Service for an iOS App

If you wish you can try MySQL C API. Here is an example: Build MySql client library for iPhone/iPad
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Thanks I will check this out.
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Thanks! I am playing with cmake now. This is the most usefull info I have seen on mysql with xcode. I will report back once done. Doing this in my spare time.
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