The unit Test Example shows how you can write unit tests when working with Realm.Before you can use Realm in your app, you must initialize it. A synchronized Realm uses the Realm Object Server to transparently synchronize its contents with other devices.If you need help finding your app’s Realm file, check this Stack Overflow answer for detailed instructions.
While your application continues working with a synchronized Realm as if it’s a local file, the data in that Realm might be updated by any device with write access to that Realm.
In practice, your application works with any Realm, local or synchronized, the same way, although opening a synchronized Realm requires a User that’s been authenticated to the Object Server and that’s authorized to open that Realm.
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We no longer support Eclipse as an IDE; please migrate to Android Studio. Step 1: Add the class path dependency to the project level A Pro Guard configuration is provided as part of the Realm library.
This means that you don’t need to add any Realm specific rules to your Pro Guard configuration.For a more detailed discussion about Realms, read The Realm Data Model.Open a Realm by instantiating a new It’s sometimes useful to ship a prepared Realm file with your app—you may want to bundle some shared data with your application.The encryption Example shows you how to work with encrypted Realms.The rx Java Examples shows how Realm works together with Rx Java.Take a look at our examples to see Realm used in practice in an app.