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A Preview of Realm Flexible Sync

Flexible Sync lets developers start writing code that syncs data more quickly – allowing you to choose which data is synced via a language-native query and to change the queries that define your syncing data at any time.

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Building Splash Screen Natively, Android 12, Kotlin

In this article, we will explore and learn how to build a splash screen with SplashScreen API, which was introduced in Android 12.

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How to Update Realm SDK Database Schema for Android

In this article, we explore and learn how to make Realm SDK database schema changes.

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Let’s Give Your Realm-Powered Ionic Web App the Native Treatment on iOS and Android!

We can convert a existing Ionic React Web App that saves data in MongoDB Realm using Apollo GraphQL into an iOS and Android app using a couple commands, and the three apps will share the same MongoDB Realm backend. Also, we can easily add functionality to all three apps, just modifying one code base.

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Realm Kotlin 0.4.1 announcement

In this blogpost we are announcing v0.4.1 of the Realm Kotlin Multiplatform SDK. This release contains a significant architectural departure from previous releases of Realm Kotlin as well as other Realm SDK’s, making it much more compatible with modern reactive frameworks like Kotlin Flows. We believe this change will hugely benefit users in the Kotlin ecosystem.

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Migrating Android Apps from Realm Java SDK to Kotlin SDK

This is a guide to help you migrate you apps that are using the Realm Java SDK to the newer Realm Kotlin SDK. It covers the most important changes that you need to put in place to use the Kotlin SDK.

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StartActivityForResult is Deprecated!

Learn the benefits and usage of registerForActivityResult for Android in Kotlin.

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Unboxing Jetpack Compose: Experience My First Compose App

Learn how to get started with Jetpack Compose on Android

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New Realm Data Types: Dictionaries/Maps, Sets, Mixed, and UUIDs

Four new data types in the Realm Mobile Database - Dictionaries, Mixed, Sets, and UUIDs - make it simple to model flexible data in Realm.

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Introduction to MongoDB Realm Sync for Android

Learn how to use MongoDB Realm Sync with Android.

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Introduction to the Realm SDK for Android

Learn how to use the Realm SDK with Android.

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Realm Partitioning Strategies

How to use Realm partitions to make your app efficient, performant, and secure.

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