realm-browser-android

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Java
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Created
Dec 6, 2015
Updated
Jan 13, 2016 (Retired)
Owner
Niko Yuwono (NikoYuwono)
Contributor
Niko Yuwono (NikoYuwono)
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realm-browser-android

Realm browser that can be used to see tables, structure and content. This browser can be accessed from localhost that hosted by the Android device. To achieve that I'm using NanoHTTPD library.

Usage

To use this library you can create an instance of RealmBrowser and then call RealmBrowser.start(); you can also set the port if you want. Don't forget to call RealmBrowser.stop(); after you finished.

To access RealmBrowser from your browser your Android device and PC/Mac need to be on the same network. And then you can call realmBrowser.showServerAddress(this); to show the address in logcat.

Download

You can grab it via Gradle :

compile 'com.nikoyuwono:realm-browser:0.1'

TODO list

  1. Implement advanced search function (Basic search is available)
  2. Implement sort function

Any feedbacks, issues or pull requests would be greatly appreciated.

#License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2015 Niko Yuwono

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
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