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ObjectBox Python Alpha

As of today, you’ll be able to start using ObjectBox from the comfort of Python. Whether you’re building an IoT solution, a desktop utility or a webservice, you’ll find the ObjectBox database handy to help you with data persistence. Among other features, ObjectBox...

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ObjectBox EdgeX Release (Beta)

ObjectBox now runs on the EdgeX Foundry IoT Edge Platform. Utilizing ObjectBox’ speed and ease of use, EdgeX users can now compute millions of data points on the edge with minimal latency. ObjectBox’ small footprint of less than 1MB makes the database uniquely...

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Azure Sphere & ObjectBox: IoT Sensor Demo

A few weeks ago, we published ObjectBox for Azure Sphere. Today, we are adding IoT sensor data collection to this. It's a working demonstration that you can run on your machine along with an Azure Sphere board. To jump straight to it, here is the repository.Forwarding...

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The ObjectBox Swift Beta is Here!

If you’ve ever needed a database for your iOS app, you’ve probably had to manage schemas, tables, query strings and all sorts of overhead. Moreover, whenever you wanted to modify the structure of your database, you had to write migration code so that your users’ data...

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ObjectBox Swift for iOS and macOS

We’re happy to share our first Swift version of the ObjectBox database for iOS and macOS! We want to give you a Swift “native” API without any ObjectiveC legacy shining through, which is why we decided to put Swift, with its unique language features, first. We really...

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Go, ObjectBox Golang!

Today, we are bringing the power of ObjectBox to Go. Whatever solution you are building, be it a web service, an IoT/IIoT solution, or any data-driven application, you will benefit from the efficiency and speed of ObjectBox (see benchmarks below). Let us know what you...

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ObjectBox C API for IoT

The ObjectBox C API is here, as requested by IoT C/C++ developers. ObjectBox's efficiency is a perfect match for the Internet of Things with its resource-restricted devices and need for offline capability. The ObjectBox C API allows C/C++ developers to create...

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ObjectBox 2.2 comes with important fixes

We released ObjectBox 2.2 for Android more than a week ago: It comes with important fixes and we advise to update to the latest version asap. We noticed that already fixed issues are still being reported. Thus, we decided to dedicate a small blog post to increase the...

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What are the benefits of Edge Computing?

The benefits of edge computing stem directly from the underlying paradigm: Edge Computing is a decentralized computing architecture as opposed to a centralized/cloud computing model.  Benefits of Edge Computing put simplyData ownership / privacy: Data can...

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ObjectBox 2.0

With the release of ObjectBox 2.0 we are hitting a new milestone on our journey to make embedded databases simpler to use and faster. Two of the highlights we already announced in our 2.0 beta post: links (aka joins) and relation completeness. The final release brings...

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Key Ideas to Empower Women in the Tech Industry

Highlight-Women in Tech Panel at Droidcon Berlin 2018 Meet the speakers This year at droidcon Berlin 2018 during the interactive day we were lucky to have the opportunity to host the Women in Tech panel. Our panelists had some very interesting things to say and we...

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ObjectBox 2.0 beta with Links (aka Joins)

ObjectBox 2.0 will be a big step ahead and we are proud to announce the beta release today. Relations and queries are the two major themes. First, ObjectBox finally allows queries to use relations to expand queries across multiple entities. We call this "link" and it...

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Droidcon Berlin Women in Tech Panel 2018

We are looking forward to the Women in Tech panel at droidcon Berlin. It will be taking place during the Interactive Day on June 25th from 3:00-3:45PM. The numbers show, there is still a lack of diversity in technology in both the startup world and the established...

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Let’s dive into the iOS World

Two days ago, we attended the Swift Lighting Talks Meetup in Munich for the very first time. We had beer, pizza and listened to Sebastian Sellmeier’s presentation on making programming accessible and Denis Grebennicov’s presentation on the process of developing a...

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