A really simple ORM for Android that uses reflection to persist classes that extends SqlObject. Any public, non-transient, non-static fields of type int, long, boolean, enum, float, String, or Date be saved to the database.
You'll want to add a
create(SQLiteDatabase db, yourArgs…) to do setup & error checking, and then call
super.createAndGenerateId() to save it to the database.
delete() all work like you would expect them to.
You use the regular db.query() method to get a cursor to the data. Then you can go through each row and use
SqlObject.readFromCursor() to read them. Look here for an example of reading rows from the database.
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