SQLDroid is a JDBC driver for Android's sqlite database (android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase) originally conceived by Kristian Lein-Mathisen. See http://sqldroid.org/.
SQLDroid lets you access your app's database through JDBC. Android ships with the necessary interfaces needed to use JDBC drivers, but it does not officially ship with a driver for its built-in SQLite database engine. When porting code from other projects, you can conveniently replace the JDBC url to jdbc:sqlite to access an SQLite database on Android.
The SQLDroid JAR with the JDBC driver for Android is 33KB. We also offer a RubyGem "sqldroid" for use with Ruboto.
- Project site: https://github.com/SQLDroid/SQLDroid
- Mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/sqldroid
- Wiki: https://github.com/SQLDroid/SQLDroid/wiki
- Old project site: http://code.google.com/p/sqldroid
A prebuilt JAR is available at
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You can find an example of how to use SQLDroid with ActiveRecord on Ruboto here:
The SQLDroid JAR file is a straight collection of the compiled classes. If you have Ruby installed, you can generate the JAR using
To make a gem for use with Ruboto run
To release the gem to rubygems.org (requires permissions on rubygems.org) run