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TrivialDrive is a Java library. TrivialDrive has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
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  • TrivialDrive has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 62 star(s) with 37 fork(s). There are 13 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 3 open issues and 16 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 389 days. There are 4 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of TrivialDrive is current.
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  • TrivialDrive has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • TrivialDrive has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • TrivialDrive code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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  • TrivialDrive saves you 918 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 2102 lines of code, 165 functions and 24 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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  • Query owned items .
    • Creates the IAB receiver .
      • Initializes the activity s public key .
        • Encodes three bytes into a byte array .
          • Launches an intent for purchase .
            • Verify a signed data .
              • Extracts the response code from Intent .
                • This method is used to notify observers of an intent .
                  • Aborts the task .
                    • Returns a list of all owned skus owned by itemType

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                      TrivialDrive Key Features

                      In-app Purchase Sample

                      TrivialDrive Examples and Code Snippets

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                      What "idiomatic Kotlin" does the library billing.ktx facilitate?

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                      package com.android.billingclient.api
                      
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.acknowledgePurchase(params: AcknowledgePurchaseParams): BillingResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.consumePurchase(params: ConsumeParams): ConsumeResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.queryPurchaseHistory(skuType: String): PurchaseHistoryResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.querySkuDetails(params: SkuDetailsParams): SkuDetailsResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      
                      val result = billingClient.querySkuDetails(params.build())
                      // you can now access result.billingResult or result.skuDetailsList
                      
                      billingClient.querySkuDetailsAsync(params.build()) { billingResult, skuDetailsList ->
                          // Process the result.
                      }
                      
                      package com.android.billingclient.api
                      
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.acknowledgePurchase(params: AcknowledgePurchaseParams): BillingResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.consumePurchase(params: ConsumeParams): ConsumeResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.queryPurchaseHistory(skuType: String): PurchaseHistoryResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.querySkuDetails(params: SkuDetailsParams): SkuDetailsResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      
                      val result = billingClient.querySkuDetails(params.build())
                      // you can now access result.billingResult or result.skuDetailsList
                      
                      billingClient.querySkuDetailsAsync(params.build()) { billingResult, skuDetailsList ->
                          // Process the result.
                      }
                      
                      package com.android.billingclient.api
                      
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.acknowledgePurchase(params: AcknowledgePurchaseParams): BillingResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.consumePurchase(params: ConsumeParams): ConsumeResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.queryPurchaseHistory(skuType: String): PurchaseHistoryResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.querySkuDetails(params: SkuDetailsParams): SkuDetailsResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      
                      val result = billingClient.querySkuDetails(params.build())
                      // you can now access result.billingResult or result.skuDetailsList
                      
                      billingClient.querySkuDetailsAsync(params.build()) { billingResult, skuDetailsList ->
                          // Process the result.
                      }
                      

                      What happened if a record doesn't exist with LiveData and Room?

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                      // Compiles but we might get NullPointerException at runtime.
                      
                      fun getGoldStatus(): LiveData<GoldStatus>
                      // or
                      fun getGoldStatus(): GoldStatus
                      
                      // Runtime NullPointerException safe.
                      
                      fun getGoldStatus(): LiveData<GoldStatus?>
                      // or
                      fun getGoldStatus(): GoldStatus?
                      
                      // Compiles but we might get NullPointerException at runtime.
                      
                      fun getGoldStatus(): LiveData<GoldStatus>
                      // or
                      fun getGoldStatus(): GoldStatus
                      
                      // Runtime NullPointerException safe.
                      
                      fun getGoldStatus(): LiveData<GoldStatus?>
                      // or
                      fun getGoldStatus(): GoldStatus?
                      
                      fun getGoldStatus(): LiveData<GoldStatus?>?
                      

                      android onActivityResult is not being called in Fragment

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                      override fun onActivityResult(requestCode: Int, resultCode: Int, data: Intent?) {
                          if (requestCode == REQUEST_CODE) {
                              //perform some actions
                          } else {
                              Log.i("LOG", "on activity else")
                              //perform another actions
                          }
                        return super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data) //this line is the most important
                      }
                      

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                      Community Discussions

                      Trending Discussions on TrivialDrive
                      • What &quot;idiomatic Kotlin&quot; does the library billing.ktx facilitate?
                      • What happened if a record doesn't exist with LiveData and Room?
                      • Why does the author design localCacheBillingClient as lateinit?
                      • android onActivityResult is not being called in Fragment
                      Trending Discussions on TrivialDrive

                      QUESTION

                      What &quot;idiomatic Kotlin&quot; does the library billing.ktx facilitate?

                      Asked 2021-Mar-17 at 18:22

                      In researching answers for my question here I found (after several days of very frustrating work) references to the kotlin billing library "billing.ktx" which a couple of Developer pages claim

                      contains Kotlin extensions and coroutines support that enable you to write idiomatic Kotlin when using Google Play's billing system

                      but gives neither details nor links for more information. The Play billing examples, "Classy Taxi" and "TrivialDrive" have been rewritten to use Kotlin but hardly "idiomatic Kotlin", and certainly not using coroutines, nor do they use this library. They are now two years old and showing their age in this fast moving arena.

                      My question is specifically what does this library offer in terms of idiomatic Kotlin or even coroutine support? I am making some headway with some billing client functions (as can be seen in the referenced question) before using this library, but I can't see what difference using it makes. To be even more specific, "launchBillingFlow" looks impossible to convert, but is it?

                      Just links to somewhere to find information would be enough. Why is it so hard to find more than class definitions for the billing client?

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2021-Mar-17 at 18:22

                      I can find no documentation. Everything in this answer comes from looking through the billing-ktx aar that appears when I add a dependency on this library to my project.

                      This library looks pretty minimal. It provides three new "result" classes as well as four extension funtions on BillingClient to replace callback-based code with suspend funs.

                      package com.android.billingclient.api
                      
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.acknowledgePurchase(params: AcknowledgePurchaseParams): BillingResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.consumePurchase(params: ConsumeParams): ConsumeResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.queryPurchaseHistory(skuType: String): PurchaseHistoryResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      public suspend fun BillingClient.querySkuDetails(params: SkuDetailsParams): SkuDetailsResult { /* compiled code */ }
                      

                      With these in place, inside a coroutine you can write:

                      val result = billingClient.querySkuDetails(params.build())
                      // you can now access result.billingResult or result.skuDetailsList
                      

                      Rather than something like what appears in the documentation:

                      billingClient.querySkuDetailsAsync(params.build()) { billingResult, skuDetailsList ->
                          // Process the result.
                      }
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66678667

                      Community Discussions, Code Snippets contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network

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