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Using greenDAO with Android Studio? We got some fixes for you.
With greenDAO 3.2.x we are improving Android studio compatibility. Actually, greenDAO 3.2.0 was already released a couple of weeks ago, without a notification post. The first 3.2 release aligned an internal dependency (JDT ) to work nicely with Android Studio 2.2. Also, it added Protocol Buffers support to annotations. Today we are releasing 3.2.1 for …
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Another upcoming feature for which we would love some input is default values.
See https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/greendao/cbbUkP6DdHs for a discussion. Using SQLite's DEFAULT values probably won't work because greenDAO bind's all values for inserting. Probably, th...
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With greenDAO 3 out, it's benchmarking time again. We also looked at two other Android ORM benchmark projects and checked their results. #perfmatters
Android ORM performance comparison with greenDAO, OrmLite, SQLDelight, DbFlow, requery, and SquiDB. What is the fastest way to work with SQLite database?
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greenDAO 3 goes final. Have fun with @Entity! Please share.
We are happy to announce greenDAO Version 3 today. Since its initial release 5 years ago, greenDAO has always been the fastest ORM for Android. It was also the first ORM to apply code generation for maximum performance. With greenDAO 3, we made code generation much more convenient: by adopting ...
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Congrats guys! I look forward to trying it out.
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While being at #droidconDE, we just finished greenDAO 3 beta, which now uses entity annotations.
We just released greenDAO 3 beta: it makes the generator project optional and moves to Java annotations. Before the final release however, we want to get your feedback. In particular, we experimented with alternative annotation processing that gives greenDAO more power while it avoids byte code ...
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Thanks Egor, for this great post!
 
An article about using greenDAO's database encryption feature to safeguard sensitive data inside your app.
One of the most popular Android ORM solutions out there, greenDAO, has recently been updated with a new exciting feature - the database encryption. greenDAO now supports SQLCipher - an open source SQLite extension, that provides transparent 256-bit AES encryption of database files. Data security is an important topic for
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With greenDAO 3.1, the popular Android ORM comes with fixes for the new annotation processor, and also introduces "save" semantics and RxJava support.
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We are thinking about how to support Rx in greenDAO. Please help us brainstorming to find the best possible solution.
While pragmatic programmers often do database operations on the main thread, some prefer strictly asynchronous operations. While greenDAO offers the latter, we should also have direct Rx support i...
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Even trying to be honest is hard...
I don’t believe in any statistics I didn’t fake myself (German saying) Doing good performance benchmarks is hard and benchmarking on Android is no exception. Here are some basic things to consider: Avoid low power mode: connect your device and ensure the screen keeps on. This should avoid the CPU falling into “half sleep”, where it slows down drastically. Avoid …
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We had a closer look at SQLCipher 3.5.0, which brings Android N compatibility and results in smaller APK sizes. There is one drawback however...
SQLCipher 3.5.0 with support for Android N was released yesterday. Previous versions of SQLCipher linked to non-public Android libraries, a practice Google warned about earlier. Android N is getting stricter about linking to platform libraries. To comply with Android N, the SQLCipher authors did ...
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Well, getting or saving an encryption key is a kind of a weak spot in Android. There was a related droidcon session, maybe the slides are helpful: http://droidcon.de/sessions/security-your-fingertips-dive-marshmallow%E2%80%99s-new-fingerprint-and-keystore-apis
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How do Android developers use databases? In an interactive barcamp session at #droidconDE, we asked 80 developers how they tackle persistence on Android.
At yesterday's Droidcon Berlin barcamp, we compared different database approaches (SQLite, ORMs, NoSQL). In our interactive session we asked about 80 developers how they use databases on Android and what advantages and disadvantages they see in each approach. Here are the gathered results: ...
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Encryption is getting more and more popular, so we are happy to officially announce SQLCipher support for greenDAO!
Encryption is the central feature of today's greenDAO 2.2 release. Actually, greenDAO seems to be the first Android ORM to officially support SQLCipher (non-beta). Since it's first (source-only) release in August 2015, greenDAO's encryption support has been successfully tested in a complex setup ...
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