Learning Path: What Makes Realm Different?

This series from Marin Todorov gives a comprehensive overview of how Realm works and can change your work — for the better.

Realm is an Object-Centric, Present-Day Database for Mobile Applications

Discover what it’s like to work with a database that is actually built for objects.

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The Realm API is Optimized for Performance and Low Memory Use

We made Realm object-oriented from the ground up, and this post shows how to make the most of its features.

Realm Offers a Multi-Platform Database - Across the Apple Ecosystem and Android

C++ runs almost anywhere, so Realm is multi-platform by default. Learn how to share your data layer across platforms.

The Realm SDK allows for clean and easy separation of concerns

Realm makes it easy to separate concerns; see how that makes it simple to port code across platforms.

Live Objects and Fine-Grained Notifications: Realm Updates

Don’t update your whole UI - just use fine-grained notifications to update only what’s changed.

Modern-Day Development Strategies with Realm

With Realm at the core of your app, you can take advantage of modern architectures and practices.

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Marin Todorov

Marin Todorov is an independent iOS consultant and publisher. He’s co-author on the book “RxSwift: Reactive programming with Swift” the author of “iOS Animations by Tutorials”. He’s part of Realm and raywenderlich.com. Besides crafting code, Marin also enjoys blogging, writing books, teaching, and speaking. He sometimes open sources his code. He walked the way to Santiago.

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