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A Java library to manage bean's persistence in SQLite

A Java library to manage bean's persistence in SQLite

Kripton Persistence Library

Kripton is a java library, for Android and Java platform, that provides a simple and uniform way to manage persistence of Java classes in different flavours through annotations and interface. Supported persistence format are:

To get max performance and avoid boilerplate-code, Kripton use annotation processor. With the power of annotation processor is possible to create code to persist a java class, simply with an annotation. There are many other libraries that do this, but Kripton allows to persists java object without using reflection and with just few lines of code.

See wiki for more informations.

See benchmarks for more informations about SQLite and JSON persistence perfomance.


You can use Kritpon Annotation Processor and Kripton Library via maven


or via gradle

// annotation processor
annotationProcessor "com.abubusoft:kripton-processor:3.5.0"

// https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.abubusoft/kripton
implements "com.abubusoft:kripton-android-library:3.5.0"

Snapshots of the development version are available in Sonatype's snapshots repository.

Kritpon requires at minimum Java 7 or Android 3.0.



To build entire library collections just download repository and launch from base directory

mvn clean install -Prelease

Supported platforms

There are two supported platforms: the android environment and generic Java environment. For each platform there is a version of library. Android platform already include a json library and xml parser library. Java JDK does not include a json library and have different xml parser libraries.