Markus Kett

CEO at MicroStream, Editor in Chief at JAVAPRO Magazine

Talk Title

Lightweight Realtime & Offline Data Storage on Android without a Database






11:05 > 20 min


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EclipseStore is a super lightweight data persistence library for Java and Kotlin and currently one of the most exciting innovations in Java. Now, it runs also on Android. EclipseStore radically simpliefies data storage and retrieval by just eliminating ORM and SQL queries. It operates as an in-memory database providing high performance in-memory data processing and low-latency realtime responsiveness. Design any object model that fits your use case, use any types, build whatever you want without the need to adapt your object model to a database - EclipseStore will be able to store it ACID transaction-safe on your device or in any cloud object storage. Syncing devices is also possible. Integration is lightweight and seamless, allowing developers to focus on building efficient Android apps.

Speaker Bio

Markus and his team have been working on IDE tools for Java and database development for almost 20 years. Together with his teams, he works on various open-source projects such as EclipseStore, RapidClipse – a visual Java IDE, and JPA-SQL, and is a contributor to project Helidon and Micronaut. Markus is the CEO of MicroStream – the company behind the EclipseStore project, editor in chief for the free JAVAPRO magazine in Germany, and the founder and co-organizer of the international Java community conference JCON. He is an independent editor for various developer magazines, and a speaker at many conferences, and user groups.