On Jan 30, 2005, at 11:01 PM, Benjamin Jones wrote:
I'm starting a database driven program (actually a ported windows app
but) what would be the best database to use in cocoa, and the easiest
for the user to install. I was thinking of mysql because thats a
personal favorite but i was hoping to find something with a very easy
cocoa interface and the if the user needed to, the database app would
be easy to use. Thanks.
Depending on exactly why you need a database, SQLite with a Cocoa
wrapper around it might be the best way to go. Some of the wrappers
just implement object persistence, so that you can store objects and
retrieve them transparently, with SQLite handing writing them to disk.
Alternately, depending on your timeframe and budget, you might spring
for the developer preview of Tiger and see if there's anything in Core
Data that suits your needs. Without knowing the reason you need a
database (object persistence? inter-computer communication?) it's
difficult to make more concrete recommendations.
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