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    Does Sencha Touch support SQLite ?


    Folks,

    Trying to find a relevant example and APIs. I look at the API doc and seems Ext.data.LocalStorageProxy is a way to use HtML 5 local storage, what about SQLite ?

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    SQlite is not supported by SENCHA.
    I've been looking to use it in safari console and so far, SQLite support by browser is not really revelant.
    I know tomalex made sweet example in one of the million thread :

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...ghlight=sqlite

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    Hi Gabriel,

    Before looking at Sencha stuff I played little bit with GWTMobile and found SQLite support there. I created example where I was able to track my locations in browser local DB. It works for IPhone and Android. Another words it seems SQLite support could be added...

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    SQlite is not supported by SENCHA
    While the Sencha Touch API doesn't have any built-in "native" handling of SQLite, it's important to clarify that there's nothing to stop you using it in a Sencha Touch-powered app, and for certain purposes it's really the best tool for the job.

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    A WebSqlProxy is high on the list of priorities, though it's worth noting that the w3c has abandoned its attempts at creating a standard
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    Just an update

    Please have a look into http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...65-SqliteProxy

    I have started with sqliteproxy
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    SQLite works Brilliantly with ST and ST2.

    Just forget about the Sencha part, and make a normal Javascript call to the SQLite Db and proceed from there.

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