Working with SQLite Database (CRUD operations) in Android

We’ve covered data storage options like SharedPreferences and Internal/External Storage before. It’s time to look at another option which is basically SQLite databases. Most data-driven Android applications will need a solution to store structured (relational) data. If that’s the case then SQLite is an amazing option that Android supports out of the box. The SQLite database management classes/APIs are available in the android.database.sqlite package. We’ll learn how to create an SQLite database and then save data into it as well as retrieve, modify and delete data.

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