It also describes the direct usage of the SQLite database in Android applications.
There are also many other improvements including improvements in performance, usability and stability.
Customers with using older versions of CCS (v4/v3) with valid maintenance subscriptions will be able to upgrade to CCSv5.
Code Composer Studio v5 is the first version of CCS to be based on the latest version of Eclipse with no modifications (‘Stock Eclipse’).
This allows customers to integrate a wider range of 3rd party plugins (as compared to CCSv4.x) and allows upgrades of open source components of CCS.
If you have a barcode scanner installed on your Android phone, you can scan the following QR Code to go to the example app in the Android market.
Please note that the app looks and behaves differently due to the different Android versions, e.g.
On an emulator or a rooted devices you can access this file.
You can pull the database on your computer to investigate the content via your favorite SQlite desktop client.
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.
Unfortunately this requires some overhead in the database processing therefore you should wrap updates in the SQLite database in an transaction and commit this transaction after several operations. This way Android can buffer the query results efficiently; as it does not have to load all data into memory. This way the other process can access the data in between.