ObjectBox Docs

Explore the on-device database and SQLite alternative for object and vector data. This is the official ObjectBox documentation for Java/Kotlin, Dart/Flutter, and Python.

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C++ and Swift: Check the docs in https://cpp.objectbox.io/ and https://swift.objectbox.io/.

🚀 Our mission is to revolutionize mobile app development by making it fast and efficient with our intuitive and user-friendly native-language APIs. With ObjectBox, you can easily store and synchronize objects in various programming languages such as Python, Java, C, Go, Kotlin, Dart, C++, and Swift. It works seamlessly across different platforms like Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux, and you can even use it with Docker.

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