Together, providers and provider clients offer a consistent, standard interface to data that also handles inter-process communication and secure data access.
Typically you work with content providers in one of two scenarios; you may want to implement code to access an exiting content provider in another application, or you may want to create a new content provider in your application to share data with other applications.
A URI for a resource may allow to perform the basic CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on the resource via the content provider.
SQlite stores the whole database in a file on the Android device.
Please note that the app looks and behaves differently due to the different Android versions, e.g.
It also describes the direct usage of the SQLite database in Android applications.
It demonstrates how to use existing Content Provider and how to define new ones.
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A content provider manages access to a central repository of data.
Also the usage of the loader framework is described. SQLite supports standard relational database features like SQL syntax, transactions and prepared statements.