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Head First Android: local storage

 
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Hey guy's!im still in school in programming and just stepped in the java courses.the last course was PHP and MYSQL and we had a head first book that was really well done.

so my question is storage,my main goal is mobile,im a big android fan and would like to start apps asap..lol

my main issue is storage..what is the best type of storage i can use?there is lots of does and don't on the web...but it is hard to understand when you start...

thank's for the contest!
 
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We have SQLite database on android. Each app can store its own database file. It is covered in contents of the book too.
 
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ya that is the most popular,i will look it up.

 
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There are 2 chapters in the book about use of SQLite. A useful start for database use.
 
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Hello Mike,

Yes--we go into quite a lot of detail about using SQLite for persistent storage. We'll even give you the basics of SQL if you are new to it.

Dawn and David
 
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Thanks for the replys.i just stated my fisrt module at school on java they gave me another book but i had head first php and mysql on my last semester and love it..so im going to wait on buying the head first for now $$ ..but defenelly seems like a must..

Thanks i will look it up.cant wait to start!
 
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