Should I use one SQLiteHelper for all SQLiteDatabases in my app or one for each one of them?
Well, the title says it all. I'm new to usage of SQL in Android development, so I would appreciate an advice.
You should have one SQLiteOpenHelper for each different database file your app will have. I recommend that for any particular database, you use a single instance of the corresponding SQLiteOpenHelper class to access it, even if multiple threads want to access that database.
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