Inside Symbian SQL - a Mobile Developer's Guide to Sqlite
The only up-to-date reference covering the Symbian SQL smartphones
Symbian OS smartphones are synonymous with advanced communications and multimedia features. To create Symbian SQL, Symbian has implemented SQLite-the most deployed SQL database engine in the world, currently used in a wide range of commercial software products and electronic devices from leading manufacturers such as Mozilla's Firefox.
Inside the Symbian SQL Database is the only up-to-date reference book on the market to cover the Symbian SQL database. The author team-members of the Symbian engineering team responsible for the implementation of the code-shows you how to design code and ease migration from an internal and external point of view, plus they reveal the dos and don'ts of writing high-performance database applications. Packed with resources and sample code, this timely book reveals how to design and tune applications that use the Symbian SQL framework to ultimately improve performance.
- Serves as the only current guide on the market to get you up-to-speed using a SQL database in a mobile environment
- Written by members of the Symbian engineering team responsible for the implementation of the code
- Contains a Foreword by D. Richard Hipp, creator and lead developer of SQLite
- SQLite is a hot, new technology to keep up with in the fast-moving mobile world
With its sample code and insider expertise, Inside the Symbian SQL Database has everything you need to keep you ahead of the curve.
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