This month, we focus on database development with tips on using SQLite to persist data on Android devices, a deep-dive into extensible database architectures, dataflow programming for managing huge data loads, and more!
In This May Digital Issue:
- Persisting Data on Android Using SQLite
By Gaddo F. Benedetti
Using a script parser solution and saving part of the application logic as a series of SQL scripts is an efficient and simple management technique to avoid having to write complex methods to the core application to handle database upgrades.
- Kernels, Contexts, Threads, and Extensible Database Architecture
By Ken North If you are building a new database management system or simply want to write better database applications, you should be aware of the extensible architecture of operating systems and database managers.
- From the Vault: Dataflow Programming—Handling Huge Data Loads Without Adding Complexity
By Jim Falgout
Composing a dataflow graph is a process of creating instances of operators and linking them together by stitching the output of one operator to the input of another. This composition model provides great flexibility in how users link operators to create applications.
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Snapshots of the most interesting items on drdobbs.com including simple searching in Java and writing Chrome extensions.
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GUEST EDITORIALBy Dino Esposito A rundown on SQLCE, Microsoft's new simple database.
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