Wednesday 11th December, 2013
7:15pm to 8:00pm
While a lot of good things can be said about Android's SQLite-based persistence layer, exposing a pretty API is not one of them.
A great number of Android libraries exist to make storing and querying for data easier. In this talk Michael Nexø will take a look at Cupboard, a relatively new library that elegantly wraps the Android APIs while avoiding some of the issues often encountered when using more fully fledged ORMs.
Finally, Michael will present a few ideas for improving a couple of Cupboard's shortcomings, one of which will require the use of Java annotation processing.
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