Make your SQLite database feel more JavaScript-like

At some point during your app development, you’ll have to store some values in a local database. This data could be data shipped with the app, data generated by your user while using your app, or data gathered from external sources like web services. Both iOS and Android have native support for SQLite databases, and […]

Names used with Titanium’s SQLite database

When working with the SQLite database in Titanium, there are at least 3 kinds of names that you’ll be dealing with. Because some of these names can be the same (but don’t need to be), this can sometimes get confusing. Here’s the story on how this naming stuff works. First, there’s the name of the […]

Updated TableView and Database API Reference Guides

The Titanium Mobile Reference Guides for TableView and Database have been updated. The only change in the TableView document is to clarify that the datatype for the data property can be an array of dictionaries, row objects or section objects. And when you read that property, it returns an array of sections. For the Database […]

Database API Reference Guide now available

Today we’ve published the Database API Reference Guide. It’s available at: http://developer.appcelerator.com/doc/reference_guides This covers the basics of using the SQLite database from within Titanium Mobile, and offers some advanced techniques as well. Over time, we’ll be continuing to enhance these guides with additional code samples, so please let us know what you think of these […]

How-To: Perform CRUD operations on a local database

One of the most requested items from our Skribit widget was a step by step example of how to do database operations in Titanium. Well, ask and ye shall receive! If you haven’t noticed it already, you can suggest topics for us to include on this blog by using the Skribit widget on the left-hand […]
 
 

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