I am trying to build a real-time messaging application for android. I am not sure what approach to take in this regard. Building an entire server/client architecture is a huge task that can take sometime (with some flaws no doubt). Using an existing infrastructure like pusher (pusher.com) or pubnub (pubnub.com) is expensive and I can't afford that road. For anyone who has experience with this sort of problem please provide me with some guidance and help. This is my first network based application so any guidance will be much appreciated.
I am currently a .Net developer who has been tasked to pick out a tool for Mobile Development. I have looked at Phone Gap, Titanium, and a few others. The tool should be able to decrease development time of applications for IOS, Android and Windows phones and tablets.
I am curious as to what tools developers are using and if they would choose the same product again.
Prasad P. Khandekar
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I am just developing one Android app, in which we have to capture the video. Now user will capture the video in portrait view but while it will play, it will automatically play in landscape.
i.e. video is capture in portrait view, though it will play in landscape view. when i will check in memory card, video is still captured in portrait view and also while playing video from memory card, it will play in portrait view.
I have checked, manifest file and seems all files are fine.
when it comes to the GUI the inheritance is working well, i can see everything I placed in 'Reader' on 'MainActivity', but when it comes to using inherited methods such as 'setID(String)' i get a compilation error
The method setID(String) is undefined for the type MainActivity
I tried this and it wont let me compile. I don't know the correct syntax. There is not much out there for WP8 SQLite
string query = "select last_insert_rowid() as id from myTable";
using (var db = new SQLite.SQLiteConnection(System.IO.Path.Combine(ApplicationData.Current.LocalFolder.Path, "SM.db"), true))
SQLite.SQLiteCommand cmd = new SQLite.SQLiteCommand(db);
var result = cmd.ExecuteNonQuery();
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