The first quarter of the year is behind us. As we look ahead to what the rest of 2022 holds, here’s what’s new at Realm.
Improved Local-Only to Sync Experience
We’re introducing the ability to add synchronization to your local-only Realm app to make the upgrade process effortless. Right now, we’ve released support for JS and Swift with other SDKs coming soon.
Change notifications now available in Realm Flutter
Developers using the Realm Flutter SDK can now watch for changes at the Realm, collection, or object level with change notifications.
Import realm directly using @realm/react
React Native developers can get started even quicker with the new @realm/react library. Follow along with Realm Engineer, Andrew Meyer’s 80 line example of how to create a simple task manager using the library.
How Flobiz uses Realm to digitize millions of SMBs in India
Check out how Flobiz used Realm to build a rich and fully featured mobile application. And how Realm’s native sync functionality made it effortless to sync data between the mobile device itself and the backend database, whether users were online or offline.
Build a collaborative iOS Minesweeper Game with Realm – Learn how to build an iOS multiplayer version of the classic Windows game.
Migrating Android Apps from the Realm Java SDK to the Kotlin SDK - Looking to migrate to our Realm Kotlin SDK? This guide covers the most important changes you need to make when migrating from Realm Java to Realm Kotlin.
From Zero to Mobile Developer in 40 Minutes - Follow along with Andrew Morgan’s latest video showing how to build your first iOS app using SwiftUI and Realm.
Register for the “Data as News” hackathon – From April 11 to May 20, MongoDB is challenging YOU to make sense of one of the world’s largest datasets, the GDELT Project. Put on your thinking cap and bring your ideas to life – any project using Realm with mobile sync to MongoDB Atlas counts