Almost every mobile app needs to store and retrieve data. It's great to build a distributed app that connects to cloud-based data stores, but you can't always rely on the user's connectivity. That means your app still needs to work even if the user isn't online, which might add a lot of complexity.
In this course, Derek Jensen will show you why the Realm Mobile Database can make your life as an iOS app developer simpler by solving the problem of seamless, always-available, cloud-based data storage. The Realm Mobile Database is fast and powerful enough to handle your largest applications, while still being easy enough for beginners to pick up without much trouble. Follow along and you'll learn the basics of getting up and running quickly. In a few short lessons, you'll learn how to build an app with Realm Mobile Database.
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1.Introduction3 lessons, 17:21
2.Building the App10 lessons, 1:16:14
3.Useful Tips2 lessons, 16:51
4.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:20
Let's face it, databases can be intimidating, especially when we're talking about mobile devices. There are just so many options. Which one is right for you? Do you go relational or document based? Cross platform or platform specific? Light weight and fast or fully featured? And what about security? There are just so many out there, that it could make your head spin. With all these thoughts and options coming rushing into your head, I urge you to start with simplicity. And that's why today, we're gonna be covering the Realm Mobile Database. It's lightweight, fast, secure, cross platform, and easy to get up and running in just a matter of moments. And if these aren't some enticing words describing your data storage mechanism, then I don't know what are. So come along with me as I show you the basics of getting up and running with the Realm Mobile Database in Swift, in just a few quick steps. My name is Derek Jensen and this is building Swift applications with the Realm Mobile Database.