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AFSQLManager

SQL and SQLite manager for iOS

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SQL and SQLite database manage on iOS made easy. Create, open, rename and delete databases with AFSQLManager, a block-driven iOS SQL and SQLite manager class. Perform queries never has been that easy!

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##Installation

AFSQLManager is available on CocoaPods so you can get it by adding this line to your Podfile:

pod 'AFSQLManager', '~> 1.0'

If you don't use CocoaPods, you will have to import these files into your project:

AFSQLManager.h
AFSQLManager.m

Also, make sure to import libsqlite3.dylib library on the Frameworks section!

##Usage

First of all, make sure that you have imported the main class into the class where you are going to play audio.

#import "AFSQLManager.h"

###Managing the databases files

#####Create a brand new database

To create a new file, use the method -createDatabaseWithName:openImmediately:withStatusBlock:. Let's say you need to create a database called nyancat.sqlite:

[[AFSQLManager sharedManager]createDatabaseWithName:@"nyancat.sqlite" openInmediately:YES withStatusBlock:^(BOOL success, NSError *error) {
    
    if (success) {
        // Yeah, database created successfully
    } else {
        NSLog(@"%@",error);
    }
}];

You can also choose if the database should be opened once it's created.

#####Open and closing an existing database

If you already have your database imported into your project, start using that database is as simple as use -openLocalDatabaseWithName:andStatusBlock:

[[AFSQLManager sharedManager]openLocalDatabaseWithName:@"my-awesome-db.sql" andStatusBlock:^(BOOL success, NSError *error) {
    
    // Handle the error to check it has been opened properly
}];

To close it, call -closeLocalDatabaseWithName:andStatusBlock:

#####Renaming and deleting

To rename and delete your database, we have these two methods:

-renameDatabaseWithName:toName:andStatus:
-deleteDatabaseWithName:andStatus:
    

###Performing queries

Queries are performed with the method -performQuery:withBlock:, which is also block-based.

For example, if you want to look for all the items inside a table (which query is SELECT * FROM tableName), the code would be:

[[AFSQLManager sharedManager]performQuery:@"SELECT * FROM tableName" withBlock:^(NSArray *row, NSError *error, BOOL finished) {
    
    // Handle each row
}];

The block will be executed on every row, and it will contain an array (row) with each column in that row.

##License AFSQLManager is under MIT license so feel free to use it!

##Author Made by Alvaro Franco. If you have any question, feel free to drop me a line at alvarofrancoayala@gmail.com

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