Database access


#1

Hello there,

 

We have been newbee and exploring JUCE library.  Have couple of queries

1) Does the library provide cross-platform API for database access ? If not what are the alternatives if the application needs to use database.

2) If there is need to invoke platform specific things (e.g. WIN32API on Windows or Command on Linux ) for an application developed using JUCE, how its been addressed ?

3) Are there any Listener classes which helps notifying the events happening at OS level, for example a file arrives in a folder gets notified to the application.

 

Thanks in advance for your time and help.

 

Kind Regards,


#2

I'm not a database person - I don't think I've ever actually written an app that uses a traditional DB! So it's something I'd leave to more knowledgable people to do as a module..

Pretty sure I've seen people mention library code for DB access on the forum over the years, but have never tried any myself.


#3

http://www.sqlite.org

 

works great with JUCE

 

Rail


#4

I find that to be funny... It seems as though thats ALL i've done in my 17 year career as a software engineer. I'm tired of it. I want to do something different which is what lead me "back" to C++ and then to JUCE.  


#5

I'll chime in and say that Vinnie "TheVinn" Falco has code for what he says is a "soci-based wrapper which makes using SQLite [with JUCE] easy":

http://www.juce.com/comment/293042#comment-293042