QuantumFlux

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Language
Java
Version
0.9.0 (Aug 18, 2015)
Created
Aug 6, 2015
Updated
Sep 13, 2016 (Retired)
Owner
Himanshu Soni (himanshu-soni)
Contributor
Himanshu Soni (himanshu-soni)
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QuantumFlux

A Powerful Android Content Provider ORM. It uses Content Providers to access the data and internally uses SQLite to actually store the data. It can be used as a typical ORM, by creating Java objects and applying some Annotations and/or by extending QuantumFluxRecord on them and they will be accessed normally and creates ContentProvider.

For more information in detail, please check Wiki page.

Features

  1. Create table from data modal objects, either by annotation or by extending QuantumFluxRecord.
  2. Create table view from data modal.
  3. Advanced query creation using QueryBuilder, complex queries can be created very easily.
  4. Supports many common data types as Date, Calender, UUID, BigDecimal, and also allows custom column type mappings.
  5. Table change listeners for views to auto reflect data changes.
  6. Very easy to setup, use and query.

Installation

Gradle (Recommended)

add following line to your module's dependency list:

compile 'me.himanshusoni:quantum-flux:0.9.3'

Maven

Declare the dependency in Maven:

<dependency>
  <groupId>me.himanshusoni</groupId>
  <artifactId>quantum-flux</artifactId>
  <version>0.9.3</version>
  <type>pom</type>
</dependency>

For eclipse users

You can also download the source and import as library project.

or add jar

See releases page to download jar for latest version directly.

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Basic Usage

  1. Install the project via any of the method above. and extend Application class and use it as following:

    public class SampleApplication extends Application {
        @Override
        protected void attachBaseContext(Context base) {
            super.attachBaseContext(base);
            QuantumFlux.initialize(this);
        }
    }
    
  2. register this application class in Manifest file:

    <application
            android:name="me.himanshusoni.quantumflux.sample.SampleApplication"
            ...
            >
  3. add following meta data in <application> tag

    <meta-data android:name="AUTHORITY" android:value="me.himanshusoni.quantumflux.sample" />
    <meta-data android:name="DATABASE_NAME" android:value="QuantumFluxSample.sqlite" />
    <meta-data android:name="DATABASE_VERSION" android:value="1" />
    <meta-data android:name="PACKAGE_NAME" android:value="me.himanshusoni.quantumflux.sample" />
    <meta-data android:name="QUERY_LOG" android:value="true" /> <!-- Optional -->
  4. register content provider:

    <provider
        android:name="me.himanshusoni.quantumflux.provider.QuantumFluxContentProvider"
        android:authorities="me.himanshusoni.quantumflux.sample"
        android:exported="false" />
  5. Now, you just have to create modal classes by:

    • annotation:

      @Table
      public class Book {
      ...
      }
      
    • extending class:

      public class Author extends QuantumFluxRecord<Author> {
          public String name;
          ...
      }
      
  6. Access:

    Book book = new Book();
    book.name = "Sorcerer's Stone";
    book.isbn = "122342564";
    QuantumFlux.insert(book);
    
    Author author = new Author();
    author.name = "J.K. Rollings";
    author.save();
    
    Author first = Select.from(Author.class).first();
    first.name = "J. K. Rowling";
    first.update();
    
    QuantumFlux.deleteAll(Book.class);
    Author first = Select.from(Author.class).first();
    first.delete();
    

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For detailed configuration and advance usages, go through https://github.com/himanshu-soni/QuantumFlux/wiki

Inspired from https://github.com/wackymax/CPOrm and https://github.com/satyan/sugar

Special thanks to Satya Narayan (@satyan) and Hennie Brink (@Wackymax).

developed to make programming easy.

by Himanshu Soni (himanshu_soni@mail.com)