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Old July 9th, 2013, 03:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default help designing app to access MYSQL database.

I have been trawling the net trying to find as much info as i can about apps that will access a mysql database if someone could point me in the right direction say a book or tutorial i have designed some basic apps so would need fairly basic/beginner style tutorial. I know that i could just buy an asset management app but would rather have the experience of building one myself.

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Hello Pezacide, and welcome to Android Forums!

I've moved your thread over to Application Development where it can get more views by other developers. Hopefully someone can better assist you here.
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Hello!

Are you looking into creating a local database within your android application, or creating a database on a server and adding / updating items remotely through your application accessing a web service of some sort to do the actual database activities.

Basically do you want to only view the items on the phone or also a web interface optionally later.
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You want local database or remote on your own server

If local you should use SQL lite 3 instead of mysql

Otherwise for remote you should use php and Jason

To receive data and send if you want

Its depends on you
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i will be creating a database on server and adding updating items remotely.
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