Database applications practical on mobile device ?
lothar.behrens at lollisoft.de
Mon Jan 5 15:06:10 CET 2009
I have seen that sqlite is used. I do support sqlite out of the box, but do
bring my own
copy of sqlite database library (I think the amalgan version).
It would be interesting, if I could get some python samples or have a look
in the right application
Python would then be a starting point were I could investigate. Porting my
code seems to be more
work because I haven't yet setup a development machine for my FR and I am
sure having to integrate
my home brewed makefile based build system into mokomake based build system.
Generating code for database applications still could be done on desktop, so
porting my project is not
really a must have.
See here for more: http://sourceforge.net/projects/lbdmf
It contains the prototyper as the main sample application.
Al Johnson wrote:
> On Monday 05 January 2009, lollisoft wrote:
>> I like to ask if anyone is wishing to have some database applications on
>> their phone.
>> Or would it practical on such a small device ?
>> I am a developer of an rapid database prototyper capable of generating
>> source code
>> when prototyping is finished. Thus it will save a lot time when having
>> It's based on wxWidgets and I have seen these libraries on my FR some
> I'm sure people would find something to do with an app a bit like the Data
> from the Psion 5, or even something more fully featured. It should be
> perfectly practical both from a power and GUI point of view. sqlite
> runs on the OM, and is extensively used in qtopia/QtExtended.
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