Android Local Database Tricks with Kotlin and ObjectBox.

For those of you looking for a simple way to store large chunks of JSON data into a local database in Android, then look no further. There are so many times when we come across offline requirements of accessing big chunks of data from a REST online database and saving it locally for offline use later but do not want to go through with writing excessive and large amounts of boilerplate code to…

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