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简介:A simple & fluent Android ORM, how can it be easier ? RxJava2 compatible
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A simple & fluent Android ORM, how can it be easier ? And it's compatible with RxJava2 !

UserEntityManager userEntityManager = new UserEntityManager();

userEntityManager.add(new User("Florent", 6));
userEntityManager.add(new User("Florian", 3));
userEntityManager.add(new User("Bastien", 3));

List<User> allUsers = userEntityManager.select()
                             .name().startsWith("Flo")
                             .asList();

userEntityManager.select()
       .age().equals(3)
       .asObservable()

       .subscribeOn(Schedulers.newThread())
       .observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
       .subscribe(users ->
          //display the users
       );

First, initialize !

Don't forget to initialise Freezer in your application:

public class MyApplication extends Application {

    @Override public void onCreate() {
        super.onCreate();
        Freezer.onCreate(this);
    }

}

Second, annotate your models

Use Annotations to mark classes to be persisted:

@Model
public class User {
    int age;
    String name;
    Cat cat;
    List<Cat> pets;
}
@Model
public class Cat {
    @Id long id;
    String name;
}

Now, play with the managers !

Persist datas

Persist your data easily:

UserEntityManager userEntityManager = new UserEntityManager();

User user = ... // Create a new object
userEntityManager.add(user);

Querying

Freezer query engine uses a fluent interface to construct multi-clause queries.

Simple

To find all users:

List<User> allUsers = userEntityManager.select()
                             .asList();

To find the first user who is 3 years old:

User user3 = userEntityManager.select()
                    .age().equalsTo(3)
                    .first();

Complex

To find all users

  • with name "Florent"
  • or who own a pet with named "Java"

you would write:

List<User> allUsers = userEntityManager.select()
                                .name().equalsTo("Florent")
                             .or()
                                .cat(CatEntityManager.where().name().equalsTo("Java"))
                             .or()
                                .pets(CatEntityManager.where().name().equalsTo("Sasha"))
                             .asList();

Selectors

//strings
     .name().equalsTo("florent")
     .name().notEqualsTo("kevin")
     .name().contains("flo")
     .name().in("flo","alex","logan")
//numbers
     .age().equalsTo(10)
     .age().notEqualsTo(30)
     .age().greatherThan(5)
     .age().between(10,20)
     .age().in(10,13,16)
//booleans
     .hacker().equalsTo(true)
     .hacker().isTrue()
     .hacker().isFalse()
//dates
     .myDate().equalsTo(OTHER_DATE)
     .myDate().notEqualsTo(OTHER_DATE)
     .myDate().before(OTHER_DATE)
     .myDate().after(OTHER_DATE)

Aggregation

The QueryBuilder offers various aggregation methods:

float agesSum      = userEntityManager.select().sum(UserColumns.age);
float agesAverage  = userEntityManager.select().average(UserColumns.age);
float ageMin       = userEntityManager.select().min(UserColumns.age);
float ageMax       = userEntityManager.select().max(UserColumns.age);
int count          = userEntityManager.select().count();

Limit

The QueryBuilder offers a limitation method, for example, getting 10 users, starting from the 5th:

List<User> someUsers = userEntityManager.select()
                                .limit(5, 10) //start, count
                                .asList();

Asynchronous

Freezer offers various asynchronous methods:

Add / Delete / Update

userEntityManager
                .addAsync(users)
                .async(new SimpleCallback<List<User>>() {
                    @Override
                    public void onSuccess(List<User> data) {

                    }
                });

Querying

userEntityManager
                .select()
                ...
                .async(new SimpleCallback<List<User>>() {
                    @Override
                    public void onSuccess(List<User> data) {

                    }
                });

Observables

With RxJava

userEntityManager
                .select()
                ...
                .asObservable()
                ... //rx operations
                .subscribe(new Action1<List<User>>() {
                    @Override
                    public void call(List<User> users) {

                    }
                });

Entities

Freezer makes it possible, yes you can design your entities as your wish:

@Model
public class MyEntity {

    // primitives
    [ int / float / boolean / String / long / double ] field;

    //dates
    Date myDate;

    // arrays
    [ int[] / float[] / boolean[] / String[] / long[] / double ] array; 

    // collections
    [ List<Integer> / List<Float> / List<Boolean> / List<String> / List<Long> / List<Double> ] collection;

    // One To One
    MySecondEntity child;

    // One To Many
    List<MySecondEntity> childs;
}

Update

You can update a model:

user.setName("laurent");
userEntityManager.update(user);

Id

You can optionnaly set a field as an identifier:

@Model
public class MyEntity {
    @Id long id;
}

The identifier must be a long

Ignore

You can ignore a field:

@Model
public class MyEntity {
    @Ignore
    int field;    
}

Logging

You can log all SQL queries from entities managers:

userEntityManager.logQueries((query, datas) -> Log.d(TAG, query) }

Migration

To handle schema migration, just add @Migration(newVersion) in a static method, then describe the modifications:

public class DatabaseMigration {

    @Migration(2)
    public static void migrateTo2(Migrator migrator) {
        migrator.update("User")
                .removeField("age")
                .renameTo("Man");
    }

    @Migration(3)
    public static void migrateTo3(Migrator migrator) {
        migrator.update("Man")
                .addField("birth", ColumnType.Primitive.Int);
    }

    @Migration(4)
    public static void migrateTo4(Migrator migrator) {
        migrator.addTable(migrator.createModel("Woman")
                .field("name", ColumnType.Primitive.String)
                .build());
    }
}

Migration isn't yet capable of:

  • changing type of field
  • adding/modifying One To One
  • adding/modifying One To Many
  • handling collections/arrays

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buildscript {
  dependencies {
    classpath 'com.neenbedankt.gradle.plugins:android-apt:1.8'
  }
}

apply plugin: 'com.neenbedankt.android-apt'

dependencies {
  compile 'fr.xebia.android.freezer:freezer:2.0.6'
  provided 'fr.xebia.android.freezer:freezer-annotations:2.0.6'
  apt 'fr.xebia.android.freezer:freezer-compiler:2.0.6'
}

Changelog

1.0.1

Introduced Migration Engine.

1.0.2

  • Support long & double
  • Support arrays
  • Improved QueryBuilder
  • Refactored cursors helpers

1.0.3

  • Support dates
  • Added unit tests
  • Fixed one to many

1.0.4

  • Added @Id & @Ignore

1.0.5

  • Model update

2.0.0

  • Async API
  • Support Observables
  • Added @DatabaseName

2.0.1

  • Limit

2.0.2

  • Added query.in(...values...)

2.0.3

  • Freezer.onCreate is no longer dynamic

2.0.5

  • Improved performace for batch add & update (thanks to graphee-gabriel)

2.0.6

  • Add or update object if same @Id onadd, addAll`

2.1.0

  • Added RxJava2 support

A project initiated by Xebia

This project was first developed by Xebia and has been open-sourced since. We will continue working on it. We encourage the community to contribute to the project by opening tickets and/or pull requests.

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License

Copyright 2015 Xebia, Inc.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
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