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Take your Android programming skills to the next level with the Android built-in framework that enables local data management in text files and SQLite-based relational databases. This course shows you how to create datacentric apps for Android devices, using SQLite, Java, and the built-in android.database packages. Author David Gassner describes how to define shared preferences, work with JSON and XML files in internal and external data stores, and create new local SQLite databases.
Thanks for sitting with me through this video series, Android SDK: Local Data Storage. In this series I described how to work with locally-stored data in the form of preferences, files, and the SQLite Relational Database Engine. I described strategies for creating, changing, and displaying data, and showed how to apply best practices in Android Database Programming. To learn more about programming in Java, check out the course Java Advanced Training, and for more about object-oriented programming in general, I recommend watching Foundations of Programming Object-Oriented Design.
I hope this course has helped you get ready to build your own data-centric Android apps. Thanks again for watching, and happy programming.
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