kandi X-RAY | Android-Project Summary
kandi X-RAY | Android-Project Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handle a touch event
- Determines the thumb of the touch event
- Converts the given x - - coordinate to normalized value
- Event handler for a secondary pointer up
- Handle start command
- Updates the visibility of sensitive pixels
- Calculates if the current time is to dim or not
- Initialize notification button
- Called when touch is pressed
- Set the preference for a given preference
- Binds dialog to View View
- Called when the dialog is closed
- Draws the knob on the specified canvas
- Initialize dialog view
- Sens the sensor input
- Reset the level
- Initialize the drawable
- Updates the width and height of a measure
- Binds the dialog view
- Binds dialog view
- Initializes DimmerService
- Initializes the instance
- Updates track ball
- Binds a ListView to the ListView
- Initialize the mask
- Initializes the lights
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After upgrading to Flutter 2.10, I get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 14:00
I was able to solve this by setting
Apparently Flutter 2.10 has stricter checks than previous versions.
I'm using Rate My App package for playstore rating. All setup well from Installation to Implementation, but when I'm running the App, It show me an error and the build fails.
This is the Error I'm getting...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-16 at 19:25
Here's a fun one. I did search for this issue but didn't seem to find anything that helped, including the following questions which seemed most closely related:
Version info: MacBook Pro mid-2014 (Intel), Big Sur 11.2.1
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2.2 (Community Edition) Build #IC-212.5284.40, built on September 13, 2021 Runtime version: 11.0.12+7-b1504.28 x86_64 VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o. macOS 11.2.1
Issue description: On opening an existing project, importing the related module, and selecting the SDK, everything works fine. However, the recent projects list shows what appears to be a random, temporary path to the project IML:
The path you see in the screenshot is not the path that leads to the IML. Not even by a long shot. This is created when opening the project initially but, on exiting IDEA, it seemingly disappears and I have to reimport the project all over again. I am stumped here. I spent a couple of days digging through SO, and the internet in general but can't seem to find anything related to this specific error or anything that has helped at all. Any input would be great. This is on a fresh installation of IDEA, and I have cleared the caches with no observable effect....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-30 at 13:09
Try to close the project and the IDE, open the project root directory in the OS file explorer, delete all.iml files and the .idea directory, and reimport the project from existing sources
I encountered an error while trying to compile my kivy app using buildozer. It's telling me no such file or directory. When I went to check the directory it's
Reminder__armeabi-v7a/project.properties but it seems it needs the directory as
I don't know if it's advisable to rename the directory because I didn't create the directory. It was created automatically during the build process. Also when I tried renaming the folder to "Reminder system__armeabi-v7a/project.properties", I got the error saying "toolchain.py: error unrecognized argument system system", so I reverted the changes made, and I'm looking for another solution.
buildozer.spec file looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-27 at 05:57
I'm not familiar with buildozer, but the path in your error message contains a space, which is suspicious (unfortunately, many tools still fail to work with spaces in the path...). It seems to come from your
package.name variable in the
buildozer.spec, which is "Reminder system".
Simply renaming directories that you didn't make yourself is generally a bad idea. I'm glad you reverted that action.
The documentation of
buildozer.spec states this:
The Package name is one word with only ASCII characters and/or numbers. It should not contain any special characters. For example, if your application is named Flat Jewels, the package name can be flatjewels.
So I guess that changing that line to:
How to build 2 multimodule projects together? (or a module from other project)
I came back to gradle after not using for couples of years
and wanted to compile more modules together
But those modules have own
settings.gradle, so it looks like gradle considers them fully independent project that can't be mixed. At least I get error when I try.
The example project https://github.com/emeraldpay/polkaj
I add examples to be compiled together...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-08 at 13:04
This sounds like a job for Composite Builds:
I got source from Github and I download the zip file, and open with Android Studio(Latest) after that I command Pub Get to download dependencies. I thought when I push build button, it might work like another flutter android apps.
But it shows me a lot of errors and I tried various methods in Stackoverflow and solutions in Google but all of the solutions are not working.
The source that I use is https://github.com/nn1ks/RemoteFiles
Source code is okay because
I tried online IDE because I thought the problem is from IDE Settings, but it also no a problem. It seems that the error is from Gradle Settings or version something. How can I solve this problem?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-23 at 05:32
Try running this -
- flutter channel stable
- flutter upgrade
- flutter clean
To remove this warning
Your Flutter application is created using an older version of the Android embedding
You can add this to AndroidManifest.xml under activity tag.
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.
If I create an Android-project and set the minSdkVersion to the lowest value possible and the targetSdkVersion to the most recent API, then would I accomplish the largest range possible. At least theoretically, I guess.
But I wonder: What are the disadvantages of setting the mindSdkVersion to a very low value?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-21 at 07:29
First of all the IDE(Android Studio) doesn't allow you to set a lower API level than 16. Because of Gradle version and Androidx artifacts also it doesn't sync.
As a developer, we want to target as many supported devices as possible. The reality is some functionalities won't work with lower API levels, security issues, and also performance.
These are the disadvantages that I can think of right now.
Flutter seems to have a very strict/rigid structure for plugins with
example folder and all contents inside that folder.
I want to provide multiple examples with my plugin. Something like
examples folder and then
examples/demo2 as two different app examples.
I tried doing this but
flutter run or
pub get command breaks with this change. it's gets stuck with below error which wasn't thrown with exact same code in previous structure before change. Also my app actually follow embedding v2 code so this error is completely false too.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 03:43
After trying multiple ways to deal with the situation,
I ended up with a good enough solution.
I moved entire flutter repo inside an
sdk directory, and then Introduced a
samples folder at
root level which can contain multiple sample applications.
sdk itself has a default sample app under
example folder which I kept so sdk can ship with one example project.
Final structure look like below,
I downloaded this project :
And I would sort alphabetically the songs in the "all songs" part. I tried to put this in onCreate :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-06 at 17:30
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Android-Project 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-Project 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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