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Manage local databases

Manage local databases: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android
Manage local databases: Java Design Patterns and APIs for Android

A lot of what all Java developers need to learn isn’t about the core language or design patterns, but about the specific packages you use to accomplish various tasks. Database management is a great example. The core Java runtime includes the java.sql and javax.sql packages. These mostly include interfaces that have to be implemented by particular database vendors. Each vendor has to create a JDBC driver, following the interface definitions provided by Java’s sql packages. In Android though, most of those JDBC interfaces are replaced by unique interfaces and classes that are in packages named android.database, and android.database.sqlite.

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Developer Mobile Apps Programming Languages Java

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