Databases and local storage

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How do I access UserDefault in Flutter?

In iOS, you can store a collection of key-value pairs using a property list, known as the UserDefaults.

In Flutter, access equivalent functionality using the Shared Preferences plugin. This plugin wraps the functionality of both UserDefaults and the Android equivalent, SharedPreferences.

What is the equivalent to CoreData in Flutter?

In iOS, you can use CoreData to store structured data. This is simply a layer on top of an SQL database, making it easier to make queries that relate to your models.

In Flutter, access this functionality using the SQFlite plugin.

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