sqlite-provider - Extended SQLite functionality for Android

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A simplification of database access for Android. sqlite-provider implements a ContentProvider for you that allows database access using Uris The library is meant to augment the ContentProvider interface to fit SQLite in a more pronounced way. The aim is to set convention on queries via Uris.

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