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Best practice: Secure Android app online authentication

Currently, I develop an Android App needing online authentication for login (and registration). The main focus is on security. I’m amaing for: keeping the users’ passwords safe and preventing MITM ...
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Should data be stored to local database in Android when heavily using REST services?

Let's say I have an application that has constantly changing data. Changes are so frequent that you basically need to refresh data every time you open some screen and keep refreshing it. Is it worth ...
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Inserting data to database from Android

I have to build an application where the requirement is that my clients will send data from their Android device and I have to save that data to a database. I have done the part of coding that ...
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Android DB With Some Multi-Language Data

I have a SQLite Database in my Android app with a "Question" table, among others. That table contains "default" or "pre-loaded" data (in this case the questions asked by the app). Some of its columns ...
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what should I save in local android DB to be more efficient and to last more than one session (and shouldn't be stored in the server only)?

I write an android app. The user sends the server its location and get places relevant to him. He then can up-vote or down-vote any offer. I wonder if I should write to local DB and when? I ...
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An extensible logging architecture for Android?

The end goal is to have a variety of data sets that can all be graphically plotted against eachother. All data should correspond to a date, so that when plotted against each other, they show the ...
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Drop table if it already exists and then re-create it?

I was just learning about sqlite in android programming from the New Boston Travis videos and I have come across something strange: It is said that if the database does not already exists, onCreate() ...
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Unit Testing DatabaseOpenHelper class in Android

I've written several unit tests for an already existing DatabaseOpenHelper class. I covered the creation scenario and migration from old schema to new one. Unfortunately, I don't feel that my tests ...
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Android Card Game Database for Deck Building

I am making a card game for Android where a player can choose from a selection of cards to build a deck that would contain around 60 cards. Currently, I have the entire database of cards created that ...
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Why to use web services instead of direct access to a relational database for an android app?

I searched on the web how to access in an efficient manner to a central database at a remote location and I met suggestions to use web services instead direct access (i.e. JDBC etc ) to a database.I ...
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Database lock on gSoap server during storing data in table [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to run thread if multiple data is insert in the multiple table I am getting the values from the android app & storing onto the server using sqlite. first time ...
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Client/Server App – Best online data storage/administration/communication library?

I work on some iphone/android apps and the “data stored on a centralized server” pattern seem fairly common. So far, I have done one app like this, doing everything myself at a low level without ...
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Storing data for use on Android and Windows Applications

I posted this last night on StackOverflow and was advised to move it over to StackExchange, thank you for taking a moment to look at my question. I'm developing a project proposal for my final year ...
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Logging-in and database connectivity in Android

I am completely new to Android development and have been reading many articles on the Android site and elsewhere. There are a lot of articles that give very specific examples, but I haven’t bumped ...
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How Data Transfers differ on Smart Phones: Iphone vs. Android vs. Windows Phone [closed]

I am interested in how each individual smart phone is allowed to handle data transfers within a third-party app. I am interested in designing apps that allow customers to update, transfer, download, ...