Hi all, I am creating a android client which is capable to send an image of the current activity from android client to server.I want to send the image continuously from my app and I also want to send the data when I will navigate from one activity to another.Please help with some example code.
When i wanna to open layout (Main.axml) in disigner in VS2010 for android I get this error : Xamarin.AndroidDesigner.DesignerException
But it works correctly in XML Design.
I wanna to have design !
Hey I wanted to find out if it is necessary to use renderscript for image processing apps on android. I'am coding an android panoramic view creator for creating 360 degree high quality panoramas but I had written the initial code in C++, but for android I have to use java and I have read about android phones not being so powerful because of their use of the virtual machine. So I was thinking of using renderscript for the android apps, is it necessary or just normal java code can do for such a task as panorama creation?
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i am using this code to get info from my sql server 2008. this is working well in "Debug" mode but cannot run app in mobile(only release work for mobile) SO when i wanna to (Release mode) release it (.apk) and send to my samsung android mobile ,and when i run the app and click on button i get error :
The entry goes into the .csproj, not AndroidManifest.xml.
This can also be set in the IDE.
Click Project > Project Name Options.
In the left-hand tree, select Build > Mono for Android Build.
In the right-hand pane, select the Advanced tab.
In the Internationalization section, click the checkbox next to west.
Note: Make sure you're changing options for your Release build, not the Debug build.
Within Visual Studio:
Click Project > Project Name Properties.
In the Application tab, look in the Application properties > Additional supported encodings section (it's on the right).
Click the checkbox next to West.
I don't think you will be able to use MessageBox on Mono Android. MessageBox class is part of System.Windows.Forms package and is not available on Mono for Android. Instead please have a look at AlertDialog Sample[^].
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