If you’ve wondered why people are using Realm for their Android apps, look no further. These talks and posts start you off with the power and simplicity of the Realm Database, then move on to showing you how to sync data with the Realm Platform.
Building Realm Add-ons for Android
Your app need to be more than just a database – Learn how to use some of Realm’s pre-built UI components to jumpstart your Android app with Realm!
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Building an Animated To-Do List With Realm
Get started with a simple animated to-do list app using Realm Android and be up and running in no time!
Building an Android Search Controller
Going in depth with Realm add-ons, we’ll examine incorporating Realm’s Android Search Controller into your app.
Building an Android Clustered Map View
Up next is another great add-on from Realm - a pre-built clustered map view! See how easy it is to drop it into your app.
Building a Grid Layout With RecyclerView and Realm
The last Realm add-on we’ll explore before diving into other best practices is the RecyclerView.
Migrations with Synced Realms
If you’re moving to Realm from an existing app using Core Data, migration is easy with these best practices.
Safe vs Deep Integration of Realm
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Realm Primary Keys Tutorial
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