So my question to the experts is: Is my idea of working with Ionic/Vue/SQlite the right none?
The app should run on Android stocktaking barcode scanners.
- Runs on Android 9.0
- Only offline data storage at the device and on a local SQL-Server (LAN)
- I have to store a large amount of data records on the device (300 - 2000K) for verifying the inputs
- The input has to be stored localy on the device in about 50 records each block
- The blocks must be transferred asynchronously to a local SQL server
- Simple login and settings-page
- Only three indivifual pages in total
That’s what I thought about when the choice fell on Ionic:
Ionic: Simpliest Way to build an native app with tools I know good (HTML/CSS/JS)
Vue: Easiest and lightweighted framework for Ionic
SQLite: Fastest storage of a large amount of data on the device. Easy communication to the SQL-server in the Lan. Known SQL commands
What do you think, is this the right way to approach this?
At the moment I have just problems finding my way into the SQLLite. The example codes are so extensive, but I really only need very little parts and I quickly reach my limits.
However, I don’t want to learn everything in detail. That is far too extensive for this task.
Please give me an assessment. Perhaps a different framework or approach is much better for my needs.
Thanks in advance