Hi, I am using Sencha. I have created the application and I hosted in server and I can able to search the URL in mobile. Now my question is, I want download my full project files at first time like mobile application and want to install it. How to acheive this?
Hi experts, I am new to android development. I want to develop application locker. In this application i want to set password protection for applications like message, phonebook... I can get forground application from list of running application, using ActivityManagerclass. Now i want to keep this process running continuously in background so i will make use of service. But i want to check for running applications list after every second, so my service will be starting and stopping in every second. Is this correct way to implement using service? And i think after 4.0 android version in idle state system stops services, so how to keep service alive? Please suggest me correct way to implement this application. Thanks in advance.
i'm developping an application that contains an android service (client) that send every minute GPS data to a .net server via tcp protocole, .net server mst receive data and store it in an SQL server.. android client:
Which mobile platforms are most ISV friendly? We are trying to decide the first platform to target from Android, iOS and windows 8 (we have actually built samples for them, so already know the technical aspects), but are more than slightly confused by the myriad of deployment options.
Our apps are not of interest to the general public, so app store is not a major requirement. Our customers range from very small to large, and many will not be "corporate" grade to qualify for enterprise deployment options. Most of our customers are not worried about which platform they use, as they will buy devices purely to run our solution. Having app store certification is seen mostly as a hindrance that will slow down delivery of time critical updates. (remember, this is not for general public, only to prequalifed users) when our customers want a code change, they really want it now.
We do already have HTML-5 style delivery, but want to go the app route for some specific stuff. We have also tried PhoneGap style development, but I'm more interested in what rules control our deployment of apps than the development iteself
Is the following accurate, or have I overlooked a critical deciding factor?
Android. + Can use Google play, but can also deploy direct from website. + No specific enterprise deployment option + No restrictions on code? + Approval only required for Google play + Very low cost per developer. Develop in java or C++ + Fragmented OS (ie slight differences between vendors/devices)
iOS + Can only deploy via App Store for most customers, some can use enterprise tools, but many do not have DUNS number + Apps must be approved before release, will delay delivery by few days at best + Low cost per developer + Restrictions on code - I am uncertain + Uses Objective-C, which is only iOS + Tightly controlled OS
Windows 8 + Deploy only via store, sideloading for enterprise "windows" customers, but not generally + Apps must be approved before release, will delay delivery by few days at best + Low cost per developer, develop in C++ + Tightly controlled OS + Restrictions on code (ie cannot dynamically download executable scripts) + Currently highest physical device cost
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I am assuming that you have written the OnItemLongClickListener to determine the selected item. To delete the selected item you can call remove method on the ArrayAdaptor if you are using an array or a java.util.List as data source. The remove method takes an argument which is nothing but the item to be removed. After this you will have to call notifyDataSetChanged method of the adapter to reflect the change.
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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.