It was quite late in the evening and I was about to wrap up my work. Suddenly I got a call form my client in Skype and he shared his concerns of uploading the build to production. Although it was late, I thought to help him before I close the day, since that guy is in the middle of his day time (in US). Now mind set is to spend time on the issue. I started looking into the issue.
The issue is, while he (my client) started uploading the APK file into the Android store, he is receiving the below rejection message from the store.
Device Admin API is basically used for the access of the device at the administrative level. Like accessing the device password, disabling the device camera, limiting the size of the password, setting the maximum failed attempt for the password, erasing all the data of the device etc.
It basically is implemented with the use of three classes named as below,
The first and the foremost thing you need to do is create the MyDeviceAdminReciever.java class obviously after creating a new project and the MyDeviceAdminReceiver class should extend the DeviceAdminReciever class. The DeviceAdminReceiver class is the base class for implementing the DeviceAdminApi and in the app must contain its subclass.
Few days ago I received a comment from one of the reader of my blog to show an example on CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) with the database. So in this post we will explore the use of CRUD operation using SQLite database in PhoneGap application.
CRUD can be described as a process, which helps the user to add, view, search and modify the information inside the database.
Here are the basic steps which demonstrates CRUD operation.
Create or add new entries
Read, retrieve, search or view existing entries
Update, modify or edit existing entries
Delete, deactivate or destroy existing entries
Before doing any operation on database let’s initialize the database first, either using HTML5 local database concept or using SQLite plugin. Continue reading →
In this Article, we will see how to create multiple screens in Android using Xamarin and pass data between them.
Android applications consist of a set of loosely coupled screens, represented by Activity classes.
Since each Activity is essentially decoupled from others, there needs to be a way to launch them and optionally pass data to them. On Android this is accomplished using Intents.
Intents are the classes that describe a message, both what the desired action of the message is and a data payload to send along with it. They are commonly used within applications to launch Activities. To launch a new Activity, we create a new Intent, set the Context and the Activity class to launch and then tell the OS to handle the Intent, which launches the Activity. Continue reading →
Speech to text conversion is the mechanism to translate the spoken words into text. It is also known as automatic speech recognition. Whereas Android provides the native functionality to recognize the speech and convert the same to text. We just need to invoke the native module to fulfill our task.
While working with voice to text conversion in Android using PhoneGap I came across SpeechRecognizer plugin.It is very easy to integrate in PhoneGap application and also helps us to recognize the speech and convert the same to text in json array. So bellow are the steps to integrate this plugin with Android using PhoneGap. Continue reading →
In this post we will discover the use of Google API to get the latitude and longitude by passing the address/location in PhoneGap application.
It is very easy to get the geographic coordinates (latitude & longitude) from a particular address using Google API. Google API exposes Geocoder() method which takes the address as input parameter and returns the geometry.location as output. We can parse the geometry.location to get the latitude and longitude value.
Here is the code snippets to get the latitude and longitude value from specific address. Continue reading →
In this post we will discover the use of Google API to get the current address and type of address by using the PhoneGap geolocation API and Google API.
Sometimes we need to get the address of a location from geolocation value. It is very very easy to get the same using Google API and PhoneGap. First we need to get the geolocation value i.e latitude and longitude using PhoneGap geolocation API.
Here are the steps that we need to follow.