12 Mar 2012 11:49 PM #1
Unanswered: Persistent DBMS for local SenchaTouch App (iOS & Android)
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.
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?
13 Mar 2012 4:15 AM #2
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13 Mar 2012 4:33 AM #3
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?