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Querying and Editing Database Records with MobileTogether


The heart of any app is its ability to view and modify bits of data. By using MobileTogether Designer, developers can build apps which show a broad picture of all data and enable users to easily drill down and edit individual records. This video tutorial will guide you through enhancing the Books sample app by adding the ability to view and edit records.

If this is your first time using MobileTogether, please take the time to view both our getting started video along with part one of our series on working with databases in MobileTogether Designer. Each of these videos will help you become familiar with the interface, phraseology, and provide you with techniques to efficiently build mobile apps.

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Querying Databases with MobileTogether


Databases power nearly every mobile app on the market. MobileTogether Designer allows developers to quickly and easily connect to any database and retrieve information to be displayed back to users. The video tutorial below walks you through creating your first database-powered mobile app.

If you are new to MobileTogether Designer please be sure to check out our getting started video. This video aims to get developers up to speed with the Designer’s interface, common phraseology, and steps through creating a basic app.

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Using Google Cloud SQL


Google recently announced their next generation of managed MySQL offerings on Cloud SQL, so we wanted to take it for a spin and create a cloud-based SQL database that we could then utilize as the back-end for mobile apps, or even for advanced data analytics from our desktop.

According to Google, the two principal goals of the second generation of Cloud SQL were better performance and scalability per dollar. It seems that they succeeded in these goals: the second generation Cloud SQL is more than seven times faster than the first. And it scales to 10TB of data, 15,000 IOPS, and 104GB of RAM per instance — well beyond the first generation. So it looks like the ideal, scalable cloud-based database back-end for mobile apps.

Data n the cloud

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