AndroidEasySQL-Library

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Language
Java
Version
1.3.7 (Dec 24, 2018)
Created
Jul 8, 2018
Updated
Dec 24, 2018
Owner
Fayaz Bin Salam (p32929)
Contributor
Fayaz Bin Salam (p32929)
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AndroidEasySQL-Library

An Easier & Lazier approach to SQL database for Android

Installation

Add it in your root build.gradle at the end of repositories:

allprojects {
  repositories {
    maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
  }
}

Add the dependency

dependencies {
     implementation 'com.github.p32929:AndroidEasySQL-Library:1.3.7'
}

Usage

Steps to follow:

  • Initialize
  • Set Table Name (Not mandatory)
  • Add columns
  • Call done method

After that you can do:

  • Add data
  • Read data
  • Edit data
  • Delete data
  • & more

Code example

Initialization, Set Table Name, Add columns, altogether:

EasyDB easyDB = EasyDB.init(this, "TEST", null, 1) // TEST is the name of the DATABASE
                .setTableName("DEMO TABLE")  // You can ignore this line if you want
                .addColumn(new Column("C1", new String[]{"text", "unique"}))
                .addColumn(new Column("C2", new String[]{"text", "not null"}))
                .addColumn(new Column("C3", new String[]{"text"}))
                .doneTableColumn();

or

EasyDB easyDB = EasyDB.init(this, "TEST", null, 1) // TEST is the name of the DATABASE
                .setTableName("DEMO TABLE")  // You can ignore this line if you want
                .addColumn(new Column("C1", new DataType()._text_().unique().done()))
                .addColumn(new Column("C2", new DataType()._text_().notNull().done()))
                .addColumn(new Column("C3", new DataType()._text_().done()))
                .doneTableColumn();

** You can add as many constraint methods like unique() , notNull() etc. Just, don't forget to call the done() method at the end. See the example above...

** Saving the easyDB object into a variable will make easier to work with the database later. **

** You don't have to add any primary key. The library does it by default (as ID column) **

Adding data:

You can call the addData() in two ways:

addData(columnNumber, data)

addData(columnName, data)

data parameter in addData() can be either integer or string. After adding all data, call doneDataAdding() method.

columnName is a String and columnNumber is an integer

Example:

boolean done = easyDB.addData(1, "Data1")
                .addData(2, "Data2")
                .addData(3, "Data3")
                .doneDataAdding();

or

boolean done = easyDB.addData("C1", "Data1")
                .addData("C2", "Data2")
                .addData("C3", "Data3")
                .doneDataAdding();

Thus, it will return a boolean value. True means data added successfully, False means data isn't added successfully.

Get/Read All Data:

To get all data as a Cursor object, call getAllData() or getAllDataOrderedBy() like this:

Cursor res = easyDB.getAllData();

or

Cursor res = easyDB.getAllDataOrderedBy(columnNumber, ascendingOrDescending);

ascendingOrDescending parameter in getAllDataOrderedBy() is a boolean value. To get all data in ascending order pass true, or to get all in descending order pass false as the parameter.

Later use a while loop like this:

while (res.moveToNext()) {
 // Your code here
}

To get an integer from res call getInt(columnIndex) and to get a String call getString(columnIndex) like this:

int anIntegerVariable = res.getInt(columnIndex);
String aStringVariable = res.getString(columnIndex);

here columnIndex is an integer, starts from 0.

Example:

Cursor res = easyDB.getAllData();
while (res.moveToNext()) {
    int anIntegerVariable = res.getInt(columnIndex);
    String aStringVariable = res.getString(columnIndex);
}

or

Cursor res = easyDB.getAllDataOrderedBy(columnNumber, false);
while (res.moveToNext()) {
    int anIntegerVariable = res.getInt(columnIndex);
    String aStringVariable = res.getString(columnIndex);
}

Get/Read one row data:

To get data from a row, call getOneRowData(rowID) or getOneRowData(columnNumber, valueToMatchWithTheColumn) or getOneRowData(columnName, valueToMatchWithTheColumn). It will return the data as a Cursor object. You can then retrieve each column data from the cursor. Example:

Cursor res = easyDB.getOneRowData(1);
if (res != null) {
    res.moveToFirst(); // Because here's only one row data
    String ID = res.getString(0); // Column 0 is the ID column
    String c1 = res.getString(1);
    String c2 = res.getString(2);
}

or

Cursor res = easyDB.getOneRowData(1, "1");
if (res != null) {
    res.moveToFirst(); // Because here's only one row data
    String ID = res.getString(0); // Column 0 is the ID column
    String c1 = res.getString(1);
    String c2 = res.getString(2);
}

or

Cursor res = easyDB.getOneRowData("ID", "1");
if (res != null) {
    res.moveToFirst(); // Because here's only one row data
    String ID = res.getString(0); // Column 0 is the ID column
    String c1 = res.getString(1);
    String c2 = res.getString(2);
}

Match data from multiple columns:

To check if some values exist or not in the database, first call getAllColumns() to get all the column names like this:

String columns[] = easyDB.getAllColumns();

Now, You may create an array of String defining which columns you want to match with some values, like this:

String columnsToMatch[] = new String[]{columns[1], columns[2]};

And an array of values(String) you want to match, like this:

String valuesToMatch[] = new String[]{valueToSearchInColumn1, valueToSearchInColumn2};

Now call matchColumns() like this:

boolean matched = easyDB.matchColumns(columnsToMatch, valuesToMatch);

Thus, it will return a boolean value. So, you can know if your given values are matched or not.

** Creating these two array variables(columnsToMatch & valuesToMatch) will make it easier to pass them into matchColumns() method. **

Update / Edit data:

To update / Edit, call updateData(columnNumber, data) method. Example:

boolean updated = easyDB.updateData(1, "UpdatedData1")
                .updateData(2, "UpdatedData2")
                .updateData(3, "UpdatedData3")
                .rowID(id);

UpdatedData can be either integer or String. Thus, it will return a boolean value. So, you can know if your data is updated or not...

Delete data:

To delete a row data, call deleteRow(rowId) like this:

boolean deleted = easyDB.deleteRow(rowId);

Thus, it will return a boolean value. So, you can know if your data is updated or not...

Delete all data from the Table:

To delete the table and its all data, call deleteAllDataFromTable like this:

easyDB.deleteAllDataFromTable();

Hope you'll enjoy using the library :)

Thanks

License:

MIT License

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