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Showing posts with label Android with SQLite. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android with SQLite. Show all posts

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Using SQLite Database with Android

Android default Database engine is Lite. SQLite is a lightweight transactional database engine that occupies a small amount of disk storage and memory, so it's a perfect choice for creating databases on many mobile operating systems such as Android, iOS.

Things to consider when dealing with SQLite:

  • Data type integrity is not maintained in SQLite, you can put a value of a certain data type in a column of another datatype (put string in an integer and vice versa).
  • Referential integrity is not maintained in SQLite, there is no FOREIGN KEY constraints or JOIN statements.
  • SQLite Full Unicode support is optional and not installed by default.
In this tutorial, we will create a simple database application to store employees data. the DB has:

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Android, Android Development, Android Resources, Android Samples,Mobile Development Tutorials,Mobile Developments,Database,SQLite,Android with SQLite
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