SQLite Database Programming for Xamarin is published by Amazon Digital Services in November 2015. This book has 216 pages in English, ISBN-13 B017ZFR5GE.
SQLite is the native database for iOS and Android applications. Xamarin is the development framework of choice for creating cross-platform mobile apps. Together, this powerful duo allows you to write a common, shared data persistence layer that works across OS’s. This can greatly simplify your mobile development effort. However, you still need to learn to effectively use SQLite.
That’s where SQLite.XM steps in. ‘SQLite Database Programming for Xamarin’ will show you how to leverage the power of SQLite.XM to both accelerate and simplify database programming for your mobile applications.
SQLite.XM is a freely available SQLite wrapper written in C# and designed to be used with apps developed using Xamarin. SQLite.XM makes using SQLite with Xamarin a snap. It shields your application from the details of working directly with SQLite. Instead, you app interfaces with a high level, cross-platform layer that provides database CRUD functionality. In addition to providing an abstraction layer that greatly simplifies database search and record retrieval. SQLite.XM also takes care of organizing your SQL, initializing your apps schema, performing schema updates, and synchronizing data to a server-side datastore.