Android: Pushing Changes to the Server

  • Matthew Baxter-Reynolds


This is the last of the Android chapters where we’re developing code, and it’s where we pull the functionality of the application together. As of this point, we have a synchronization class that will pull the latest version of the bookmarks from the server and an ORM layer that will put them in the database. We also have forms for logging on and showing the bookmarks implemented. What we’re going to do in this chapter is create two new forms—one for asking the user which bookmark needs to be edited and one that actually edits the bookmark. We’ll then complete the synchronization routine by making it send inserts, updates, or deletes back to the server. This is going to include modifying the SqlFilter functionality to allow it to constrain data and doing more work with the HttpClient class and its relations.


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