Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 23, 2015

To accomplish many of the activities offered by modern mobile phones, such as tracking contacts, events, and tasks, a mobile operating system and its applications must be adept at storing and keeping track of large quantities of data.
This data is usually structured in rows and columns, similar to a spreadsheet or a very simple database. Beyond a traditional application’s requirements for storing data, the Android application life cycle demands rapid and consistent persistence of data for it to survive the volatility of the mobile environment, where devices can suddenly lose power or the Android operating system can arbitrarily decide to remove your application from memory.

Relational Database Overview
SQLite
The SQL Language
SQL Data Definition Commands
SQL Data Manipulation Commands
Additional Database Concepts
Database Transactions
Example Database Manipulation Using sqlite3
SQL and the Database-Centric Data Model for Android Applications
The Android Database Classes
Database Design for Android Applications
Basic Structure of the SimpleVideoDbHelper Class
Using the Database API: MJAndroid
Android and Social Networking
The Source Folder (src)
Loading and Starting the Application
Database Queries and Reading Data from the Database
Modifying the Database



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