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.
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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