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Eshiet Ekemini
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Nov 4, 2021 ⋅ 8 min read

Choosing the right database for your Flutter application

Eshiet Ekemini A graduate of University of Uyo and a tech enthusiast, Ekemini has been building for mobile for two years, with a particular focus on Kotlin and Flutter.

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One Reply to "Choosing the right database for your Flutter application"

  1. Very informative article. One sentence caught my attention about Hive “and if you are not going to be storing data continuously, Hive or shared_preferences might seem like a good choice”. Is Hive not considered as a good choice for transactional data storage (e.g. order management app)?

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