Android SQLite RushORM


Android SQLite RushORM Tutorials and Examples.

Top Android SQLite RushORM Examples

Let's look at some examples.

Android Material List Master Detail SQlite tutorial right here. How to ADD UPDATE DELETE RETRIEVE data to and from SQLite database.

Introduction

In the previous tutorials, we've been looking at using material list to construct nice cards easily. We had previously seen how to bind a simple array with images and text to our material list. We then saw how to construct master detail example with master view showing our material list and the detail view for performing our CRUD operations.

So in this example we'll see how to use a database. We insert data to sqlite database from our crud activity.When the onResume of the master activity is called we refresh data. We also see how to edit existing data by opeing crud activity and also how to delete data.

We will buiding our input forms programmatically using Form-Master library, alibrary that enables you build bigger forms with headers easily programmatically. We'll furthermore use masterial list to display nice cardviews and rushorm to manipulate our database easily.

Android SQLite RushORM tutorial - INSERT SELECT UPDATE DELETE data.

SQLite database is one of the most popular cross platform Relational databases. Its small anc compact and can easily be packaged in various devices. In android SQLite is one the native C++ libraries that come prepackaged with android platform. In this case, we ant to see how to perform CRUD operations with SQLite database.

We'll see how to INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE and DELETE data to and from SQLite database. We'll show the retrieved data in a ListView component. Users will be able to edit via a material dialog that get show when user selects edit in a contextmenu that gets shown with various options. He can also choose to add new data/insert or delete data. We'll use RushORM which is a popular and easy to use Object Relational Mapper.

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