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DATABASE for Android app.

 
Rudra Narayan Garnaik
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Hi All,

Please suggest which one is the best Database for android app? I am planning to use SQLite.

Please suggest?


Thanks in advance.
 
Hardik Trivedi
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Hi Friend,

You are on right path. SQLite is the only database which works with android.The classes are readily available in android SDK.
Lot of tutorials are available.

Moreover I would like to tell you one more thing. If you requirement of storing fields is very limited. Like you want to store user's preferences. You can use shared preferences too.A very light yet handy thing.

Android Rockssss
 
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Thanks a lot.

 
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If you're serious about storing data on Android, be sure to read about all the options in http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html
 
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Hey really nice. Thanks.
 
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