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This research on using SQLite on Android will address the following: a) How do I create a database?
How do I populate it? b) How do I read from the database? c) How do I update and delete from it? d) How do I do transactions, if allowed at all? e) Are there utilities similar to JPA or Hiberante or CoreData? f) How do I run DDL scripts? g) How do I migrate data? h) How do I create a service layer that abstracts transactions much like session beans in java?
You can represent the data storage needs of your application as a root level java object. Then use GSON to convert it to a JSON string. Once available as a string you can store it either in the shared preferences or in the private storage. Read this article for details.
Traditional Android Preferences
Security approaches for REST
Bewildering array of SOAP security standards
What are RAML, Swagger?
Java coding guidelines
Here is an example of a thread local pattern
Various Coding Guidelines I had over time
Google Cloud Print
What is Data Virtualization and Connected Analytics?
web sockets I suppose
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