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Efficient way to store data if no internet connection to send to backend Android?

I am using kinvey as a backend to store some data. Everytime the user answers some questions on the phone(Android), the data is sent to kinvey immediately. 9Apps But there can be a scenario where the user is not connected to the internet, so sending the data has failed. I would like to know if there is any standard way to storing the data that hasnt been send in an efficient manner? Also how often should I try to resend the data that has not been sent? I would typically just put it in a db, and try to send whatever is in that table every 30 minutes or so and clear the table if the send is successful? Would this be ideal? Also I see that Kinvey doesnt have a mechanism to handle this automatically(correct me if I'm wrong).


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Hi,


Please take a look at this link for a better understanding of how Kinvey stores the data using Android SDK.


Thanks,

Pranav

Kinvey


Heya thanks for the link

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Hi,


Please take a look at this link for a better understanding of how Kinvey stores the data using Android SDK.


Thanks,

Pranav

Kinvey

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