Yes, Apple has finally ported Core Data to the iPhone which means using SQLite in an application is not the best approach. Once the OS 3.0 is officially released, I will be posting more tutorials on using Core Data. Thank you for all your continued support.
Yes, Apple has finally ported Core [...]
There maybe times when you need to save more than just text in the database, like a file or an image. SQLite versions 3.0 and later allows you to store BLOB data in a column. Using the data type BLOB we can store large objects like an image or a file. Read on to learn [...]
In this tutorial, I will show you how to edit data and update its contents in the SQLite database. We will look at how to edit one field at a time.
In this tutorial, I was supposed to show how to update data in a SQLite database, but when I finished writing it, I realized that it is a big one and that is why, I renamed this tutorial to “Loading data as required”.
Inserting data into SQLite database is a breeze with iPhone applications. In the third part of SQLite tutorials, I will show how to insert data into the database.
SQLite Tutorial – Displaying data in a UITableView. SQLite Tutorial – Deleting data from UITableView. SQLite Tutorial – Inserting data into SQLite [...]
In the second part of the SQLite tutorial, I will show how to delete data from UITableView and from the database. This picks up from the first part of the SQLite tutorial, where I show how to select some data from the database and display it to the user.
Like any other applications you may have the need to store data in some kind of a database. With iPhone applications we can use SQLite for FREE. In the first part of this tutorial, I will show you how to do some basic operations using SQLite database.
SQLite Tutorial – Displaying [...]