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Posted: 01 Jan 2017 04:21 PM PST
Posted: 01 Jan 2017 10:24 PM PST
submitted by /u/neon_lines
In my app, you can press a button to scan a QR code. This spawns our own QR activity, which uses a CameraSource and SurfaceView to display camera input and scan it for codes.
On slower devices, there's a noticeable lag between pressing the button and the QR activity appearing. I think this time is spent opening the camera and binding it to the SurfaceView, which is done in onResume(), before starting to animate the activity in.
The lag is just long enough that you wonder whether the button press worked (although it uses the material ripple).
What are good options to prevent this user confusion?
Posted: 01 Jan 2017 10:50 PM PST
submitted by /u/XNovaViperX
Hey guys, I'm trying to figure out how to do the following (Sorry for not changing the title.. I accidentally submitted the post before checking the title):
Pardon my lack of knowledge surrounding this.. I am still pretty new to Android and slowly picking up as I have the time to do so. My code is here.
Posted: 02 Jan 2017 12:03 AM PST
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Posted: 01 Jan 2017 04:16 PM PST
submitted by /u/midwestresume
I have an app idea, but don't know if it would be possible, and would love some input. My idea is a background app to auto-press one of the app notification action buttons for another app (ie for Messanger, reply or call back, or gmail, archive) whenever the notification appears. Looking at the accessibility services, I can send touch input on behalf of a user, and I can get a list of notifications, but I don't know if I could call the notification action.
Any ideas? Thanks
Posted: 01 Jan 2017 01:46 PM PST
submitted by /u/sooon_mitch
Just like the title asks, is there a library for Android Studio that makes multi-view apps easier to develop or simpler? Right now I am using a drawer template with fragment layouts. It is honestly getting really annoying and sloppy. Is there a library that can make this easier and faster? If not, can I have a link to some good resource learning material for my issue? On how to set this up properly.
Posted: 01 Jan 2017 09:14 AM PST
submitted by /u/F3roG
You can now specify a class parameter to @Arg, @Extra and @State annotations. This allows you to implement a custom serialization and deserialization.
To find out more, please check out the Blade wiki.
Posted: 01 Jan 2017 12:13 PM PST
submitted by /u/bustyLaserCannon
So I have an API and I want the app to make a request to the API once per day to check if a value is true or false essentially and if it is ping a notification.
I don't want to host a push notification service so I wanted to know if Android apps have the capabilities to request when the apps aren't open or in use.
I know this is an issue for iOS which is why I ask.
Posted: 01 Jan 2017 09:35 AM PST
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