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On May 28th (Thursday) webinar Android Advanced Topic #6 - Optimization - Part 3 - from Android Academy Minsk will be held. FORMAT - webinar. In order to receive later notifications of other online events you can easily subscribe to our channel on youtube 👉 https://bit.ly/2S9z5Ur ➡️ Registration - https://bit.ly/2WQlcgF SQLite is an SQL-based relational database management system (RDBMS) implemented as an embeddable library. It stores databases as discrete files, rather than relying on client-server model. SQLite is commonly used in three ways: 1️⃣ Its ease of use is ideal for testing and protoyping databased-backed applications. 2️⃣ Because everything is stored locally, and the library itself can be embedded in an application, SQLite is often also used as the primary data store for small applications run locally by a single user. This includes applications like address books, to-do lists, or even email readers. 3️⃣ Finally, SQLite databases are often used as an application-specific file format. This is especially useful in applications where a saved file is a complex project, rather than a relatively simple document. In this case each file created by the application is actually an entire SQLite database. Together with you, we will learn: 📋 Database Optimization 📌Android Studio Database Inspector Overview 📌SQLite database tools 📋 ANDROID SQLite 📌ANDROID SQLite versions 📌Custom SQLite versions 📋 SQLite best practices 📌insert optimization 📌update optimization 📋 Database Indexes 📌B-tree index 📌Index Selectivity 📌Partial Index 📌Indexes On Expressions Great thanks to our partners Fitbit & EPAM!
June 3, 2020, a big event is coming - Android 11 Beta Launch Show 💪🤖 🔜 Join us - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZkIJAEuw-Y Google promises us news, updates and announcements about Connectivity, Control, Security, Productivity, Accessibility and many other cool things that have not yet been announced. Let's discuss together in the process all the new Android 11, which promises new features and limitations for developers. We will deal with each feature in more detail 😜😜 ⭐️ This time we decided to unite with academies from different locations: Android Academy Tel Aviv, Android Academy Moscow, Android Academy Minsk; to watch the broadcast together and discuss the hot topics 🔥🔥 ⭐️ Connect to watch together with experts from Android Academy Global: Jonathan Levin, Vadim Vysotsky, Dmitry Movchan, Pavel Bogretsov, Pavel Slyusar, Alexey Bykov, Pavel Shchegelsky, Artem Nesterenko Let's bring the maximum benefit to our users who will soon receive new Android 11 updates ❤️❤️❤️
On June 9, GDG Minsk community will host the GDG Web Meetup. FORMAT - online. ➡️ Registration - https://bit.ly/3gaReLR Program: ⚡️New age navigation. Diving into portals - Nikita Poltoratsky, Akveo, GDE We’re building web applications mainly using two approaches — Single Page Application (SPA) and Multi-Page Application (MPA). They solve issues in different ways. However, there is one issue that is not solved in both approaches well enough. I’m talking about navigation. SPAs offer nice user experience and beautiful transitions however they are too complex. MPAs are much easier to implement but users will end up with blank screens between pages. A new web platform API proposal called Portals aims to solve that issue offering the best of both worlds. During the session, we’ll learn what are portals and how you can use them for building the best navigation experience possible. ⚡️Simplifying Dependency Injection in Angular - Dhananjay Kumar, Founder geek97, creator ng-India, 1MVP, GDE Dependency Injection is one of the most famous architecture patterns to create a scalable application that has loosely coupled entities such as classes. Application made using the DI pattern is highly loosely coupled, and any part such as the business logic layer of application can be replaced at the run time without affecting the presentation layer. By design Angular framework supports dependency injection. It enables you to inject dependencies such as services without writing your own DI container or refereeing to any third-party libraries. 🕖 The start - at 19.00. Join us!