Kotlin SQLite example - CRUD operations with ListView | Android


SQLite is an Open Source database that supports standard relational database features like SQL syntax, transactions and prepared statements. Each column in an SQLite database is assigned one of data types: NULL, INTEGER, REAL, TEXT, BLOB. In this tutorial, we’re gonna look at how to make SQLite CRUD operations when interacting with ListView.

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I. Technologies

- Android Studio 3 - Kotlin 1.1.51

II. Overview

1. Goal

We will build an Android App that supports showing, inserting, editing, deleting Notes from/to SQLite Database with ListView: kotlin-sqlite-goal

2. SQLite

2.1 SQLiteDatabase

SQLiteDatabase is the base class for working with a SQLite Database in Android. It provides: - insert(), update(), delete() method - execSQL() to execute an SQL statement directly

To work with SQLite Database, we create a subclass of SQLiteOpenHelper class:

  • constructor: call super() method to specify database_name, version and context
  • override onCreate() to execute CREATE TABLE command
  • override onUpgrade() to handle database version increment
  • indicate read/write mode by using getReadableDatabase() or getWritableDatabase() method

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