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Submitted: May 17 2013 / 11:12

Learn how to write code in Windows Store apps for Windows 8 that works with structured data in SQLite—a popular database that’s familiar to Android app developers. Your app may need to work with data that’s more complex than simple key-value pairs—for example, a complex sales order or a survey with comments. For these kinds of data, you may want to use a database. One popular choice is SQLite—a self-contained, zero-configuration, relational, transactional database engine—which Android and Windows Store apps both support.
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