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    Default Unanswered: Persistent DBMS for local SenchaTouch App (iOS & Android)

    Unanswered: Persistent DBMS for local SenchaTouch App (iOS & Android)


    Hello everyone,

    i'm planning to develop a mobile app for iOS and Andoird with SenchaTouch2, which requires no internet connection and just runns localy on the device.

    So my programming languages are cut down to html5 & js if i'm right. Now i'm searching for a good possibility to store the data of my app in an database managment system, which is accessible by javascript. The data needs to be stored persistent and failsave (like dbms's do it).

    Best option for me would be a classic database structure with tables etc., because the app will create larger amounts of data which have to be stored relational.

    I've already had a look using a SQLite db file in combination with the new SQL.js (https://github.com/kripken/sql.js), but i think SQL.js is just a'n idea and not thought for productive use.

    So has anyone of you a good idea or already solved this problem i'm facing?

    Kind Regards,
    Michael

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    Hi Mitchel,

    thanks for your reply. I already found the SQliteProxy too.

    But there is a new question which i've already postet in the last Reply in the SQLiteProxy Thread (http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...-for-ST2/page4)

    Is there a possibility to access an SQLite DB File in the file system or is it just possible to work with it in the isolated storage?

    Regards,
    Michael

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