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Flutter database for super-fast NoSQL ACID compliant object persistence.


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Flutter database for Dart-native objects 💙 #

ObjectBox Flutter database is a great option for storing Dart objects in your cross-platform apps. Designed for high performance, the ObjectBox Flutter database is ideal or mobile and IoT devices. ObjectBox uses minimal CPU, memory and battery, making your app not only effective, but also sustainable. By storing data locally on device, ObjectBox helps you cut your cloud costs down and make an app that doesn't depend connection. Get started with our intuitive native Dart API in minutes, without the hassle of SQL. Plus: We built a data synchronization solution that allows you to keep data in sync across devices and servers, both online and offline.

Features #

🏁 Super fast - 10X faster than SQLite - see the performance benchmarks.
🪂 ACID compliant - Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable.
💻 Cross-platform - Android, iOS, macOS, Linux, Windows.
🌱 Scalable - grows with your app, handling millions of objects with ease.

🎯 NoSQL database - no rows or columns, only pure Dart objects.
🔗 Relations - object links / relationships are built-in.
💐 Queries - filter data as needed, even across relations.
📃 Schema migration - simply change your model, we handle the rest.

Oh, and there is one more thing...

😮 Data Sync - sync only when and where needed.

On this page #

Sneak peek - persist Dart objects with ObjectBox #

ObjectBox provides a store with boxes to put objects into:

// Annotate a Dart class to create a box
class Person {
  int id;
  String name;

  Person({this.id = 0, required this.name});

final box = store.box<Person>();

// Put a new object into the box
var person = Person(name: "Joe Green");
final id = box.put(person);

// Get the object back from the box
person = box.get(id)!;

// Update the object
person.name = "Joe Black";

// Query for objects
final query = box.query(Person_.name.equals("Joe Black"))
final people = query.find();

// Remove the object from the box

Getting Started #

Read the ➡️ Getting Started guide.

It has resources and video tutorials on how to use ObjectBox in your Flutter or Dart app.

We also have some video tutorials, each featuring a different example app:

Flutter Database Performance Benchmarks #

We tested across the four main database operations, CRUD (create, read, update, delete). Each test was run multiple times and executed manually outside of the measured time. Data preparation and evaluation were also done outside of the measured time.

Here are the benchmarks for ObjectBox vs sqflite vs Hive 👇

You can run these yourself using our objectbox-dart-performance Flutter benchmark app.

Do you 💙 ObjectBox? #

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Thank you! 🙏

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See the FAQ and Troubleshooting pages.

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License #

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