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kandi X-RAY | android-client Summary
There are two android clients. This is the XMPP based android client. You might wantto check out the newer https://github.com/buddycloud/buddycloud-android
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main method
- Insert node
- Remove a listener from the chain
- Insert an entry into the roster table
- Process incoming stanza requests
- Returns the value of a single attribute
- Escape a string
- Parses a set of directives
- Add a directive
- Creates a SASL client
- Evaluate the SASL challenge
- Performs a roster sync operation
- Enable the transport of the transport
- Checks the directives in the digest challenge
- Returns the XML representation of the entry
- Returns a string representation of this subject
- Parses an extension packet
- Parses an atom stanza extension
- Parses the extension
- Initializes the login context
- Process the packet
- Update a channel
- Parses a packet extension
- Received a stanza intent
- Runs the DiscoverInfo loop
- Called when a packet arrives
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With the firebase-android-client demo app, the device selector in Android Studio says "Not applicable for firebase-android-project configuration".
However, if I create a new project from the "Basic" project wizard, I can successfully launch the app.
I installed several (virtual) devices, including one for Android 6.0.
My app does not run with this disabled device, nor do I have the choice to select another device.
Below are screenshots of the project where it works and the one where it doesn't.
What needs to be fixed? How do I launch this simple demo project?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-01 at 11:23
In order to tackle the situation you need to check the Run/Debug Configuration and apply appropriate configurations there.
I'm trying to implement the new Docusign mobile Android SDK. but the Android build failed with Duplicate class error, even after adding the configuration section to exclude some groups and modules as the README.md instructions....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-15 at 18:07
We fixed this issue in DocuSign android sdk version 1.0.1 which will be available soon. In that release, we don't need to exclude any configurations.
In the meanwhile can you provide the crash log if available. Can you try removing the following from your configuration:
I was trying to make a program that will get a data with AsyncTask by HttpURLConnection, but in order to get the datas I need to be logged in, so I need to login and then take the data. In order to do have a good OOP, I mustn't have made similar programs that will do the same things. How can I approach this? This is an example of what I did:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-31 at 09:12
You can override your onPostExecute function while creating AsyncTasks
i wanted to write a bit for Android ebay client.
but im struggeling with the first probleme. first i start a new Java Android Project with IntelliJ
I want to use this Library ebay-oauth-android-client
like described on Git:
This library is distributed via maven central repository. To use this library, include the below as dependency in your project
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-05 at 08:17
Doesn't it can resolve
initialize method with single argument?
Did you tried
initialize method with two arguments?
Their sample app takes 2 arguments: https://github.com/eBay/ebay-oauth-android-client/blob/master/sample/src/main/java/com/ebay/api/client/auth/MainActivity.kt#L37-L44
But to access to Kotlin companion object function from java you need to call
I have been wondering how can I get less than 50 rows of data with azure. Reason being I only need the top 5 rows of data from the database and display onto the android UI.
However, when I am experimenting
.top(), the lowest I can go is 40. Anything lower than that, the return JsonArrayQuery will not be regarded as an Array.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-07 at 06:51
As dated in 2019-early 2020. For now, the
lowest number of rows that I can retrieve is 40.
Any lower than that, the library will not bother trying to retrieve the rows for you. Hence, I just stick with the default (50) when using the
I'm trying to add firebase's ML Kit as a dependency in my android application:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-11 at 16:52
I don't know exactly what happened (I spent hours trying to fix this) but I think adding
I am just starting with AWS CodeCommit and wonder, how can I organize Repos into projects/groups.
Coming from GitLab, I can create a "Group" and within this group, I create my repos.
For example, I have a project "MyApp" with a server, web-client, ios-client, android-client repo, I have 4 repos in the group "MyApp". You get the idea :-)
I cannot find anything like that in CodeCommit.
I did find "Tags". Is that the Amazons solution for groups? Or am I missing something?
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-02 at 13:08
This feature is, regrettably, not supported in CodeCommit as of today. CodeCommit provides ways of sharing repositories with different entities and grant them access , but there is no feature to group different repositories together on the CodeCommit console in a visual way that is comparable to what GitLab Groups does today.
I am building a chatbot Android app in Kotlin, through queries to a Dialogflow agent. I am using the Dialogflow android client github repository Readme and the sample app provided in that repository as the basis to build the app. As referenced in the above sources, java code for
AIConfiguration.SupportedLanguages works fine:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-22 at 06:47
One workaround I found that is working is to use
ai.api.AIConfiguration.SupportedLanguages which is resolving instead of
ai.api.android.AIConfiguration.SupportedLanguages which is not resolving in kotlin in Android Studio 3.0 as mentioned in the question.
ai.api.android.AIConfiguration.SupportedLanguages works just fine in Java code, in which case it is resolving correctly in Android Studio 3.0. Since
ai.api.AIConfiguration, why this issue is arising is puzzling!
I didn't change anything in my app since several months but starting from 11th June I'm not able to receive any message sent by Firebase cloud messaging. It has been reported by several customers and I can confirm that it doesn't work anymore. No firmware change or anything at least on my phone. I used exactly the same code you find here. The message is sent, the callback
onMessageSent in the
FirebaseMessagingService is called correctly, but I'm not able to receive anything using the same account on another phone. Is there any big change I miss it? My configuration doesn't use a server so I can't check any log server side. Any tips?
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-22 at 06:01
Here is a possible answer to your question -
Firstly, you say that 'But I'm not able to receive anything using the same account on another phone'. Device Messaging via FCM uses the device registration token as the point of contact and not the account. Therefore, you might not receive messages from FCM with the same account on a different device.
Secondly, you can only have 20 devices registered to each token group. The Firebase Docs also mention that you usually need an app server to do device to device messaging.
Remember that this kind of device to device messaging is used only for notifications, not for sending chat messages or anything of that kind. If you want to implement notifications without an app server, try this -
I've been trying to use Apollo GraphQL with Android, following the steps here.
I've managed to get to the point where the necessary files get auto-generated but after that is where I'm stuck. When I try to use the query I get a "Cannot resolve symbol" error. Is there a way I can access my query?
I've tried the suggestion here: Apollo Android Client - Cannot access generated classes on classpath But the class files don't get auto-generated, also even if I import the project directory I still can't access the query.
Here's the code for my query:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-06 at 00:18
I managed to solve this by copying the generated class file and pasting it into my main package folder
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use android-client like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the android-client component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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