This is the second of three separate presentations designed to show a best practice way to store/access data stored in a local sqlite database.
Part 1 - Use the ROOM Sdk to replace old sqlite boiler plate code.
Part 2 - Access the sqlite data using LiveData.
Part 3 - Refactor the code to follow Google's recommended Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) architecture.
* Intermediate or greater skill level recommended.
** All code will be done in Kotlin - If you are new to Kotlin, see Joey's Intro to Kotlin presentation slides here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1CXkcE5h5Cdxd3F8thbUDo8iymOspfn9eU8wlXjxvH0o/
This presentation will be a continuation of the project created from the Part 1. If you missed part 1, you can review the slides and github repo here in the comments from the previous meetup:
TEKsystems (https://www.teksystems.com/en) is sponsoring this meeting. Thank you Ryan Costigan and Brooklyn Drifka!
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