I tried a few things which led to either crashing or app failures. This app runs as a client using socket so it depends on constant pinging from the server end. Stepping through on most changes would typically get stuck at creating a new socket. startActivity would open the MainActivity with no connection because it was trying to connect to the same port. Sooooooo I modified the server end (.net) and opened a second port which the new activity opens, sends the link, then finishes. Nothing happens on MainActivity which means the connection remains.
I have one last thing to iron out and I can call this one done. If the server isn't running, the app hangs on opening the socket as it waits for a connection. If the connection does drop after a connection, the UI appears to work but it doesn't update, unless I turn the phone to landscape. I'm hoping connecting in the background rather than the main thread fixes this.
The Adaptive Payments option gives you a lot more control over the payment and is the future direction of the Paypal APIs, so that's where i'd start if i were you. It supports SOAP, NVP, JSON and plain XML.
I have a problem：
"adb shell uiautomator dump /sdcard/dump.xml" this commond can run on pc cmd，but can't use Runtime.getRuntime().exec() api to excute in app , i don't konw what's wrong, beacause of no execption i got.
why other shell commond can run ok like "logcat", "ls " , ect
i also research the android resource,
find it use "app_process /system/bin com.android.commands.uiautomator.Launcher dump /scard/dump.xml"
what can i do to run success of the commond "uiautomator dump /sdcard/dump.xml"
I'm currently trying to run the uiautomator from within an app in android... and I'm not being able to...
It keeps returning an exit code of 9.
I have no idea where the uiautomator is located in the android os.
Do you have any idea?
Ok, overlooking my naivety in things Android, I'm looking to get into Android development and am thinking it maybe a good idea to get a phone to test with. I don't otherwise have anything Android so would it be worth getting a physical device?
Is there a specific device anyone can recommend? There seem to be a lot of cheapie Walmart/Walgreen specials that seem like they might fit the bill.
Is there a minimum threshold to look for? Example nothing below Lollipop(5.0)?
Thousands of apps are being released to major app stores every day. Yet, most of them wither before they even have a chance to bloom.
The effort, money, and time that is put into developing apps are enormous. Once you’ve got a lot of negative feedback from the users, there will be hardly any second chance given to prove the worth of your app. So ensuring security should be a major step taken by app development companies.
what are some of the most common security vulnerabilities of android app development
Hi All ;
I developed an Android application which is a custom keyboard with a custom font.
I developed the keyboard successfully but I'm stuck for changing the font. How can I install and setup a custom font in my Android device ? I need to setup the font with my keyboard in the same application.
I used the iFont application to install the font on the device without root access. I searched if I could find code do the same function than the iFont application. How can I install a font programmatically?