Android :: Rebranding Wordpress App For Self Hosted Blog
Nov 15, 2010
I just downloaded the source of wordpress app. I am on the process of rebranding the wordpress app (icons & labels) for my self hosted site. I was wondering, if there is a process / configuration option to remove the wordpress links & wordpress blogging options from my app. It doesn't make sense for the user to download my app from market place & go to wordpress site with it.I want the users be able to use both the default wordpress app & my self hosted app. However, for that, I think I need to change the package name in the android manifest and thus refactor all the old package names of all the java class. But then I will loose the ability to sync & get update of the latest build of the wordpress app.
Is there a way I can install the same code with the same package (as a different application) without conflicting with the wordpress app?Can anyone point me to the direction where I can find more details on the application namespace / package name conflicts?
I'm in the process of making a site called droidsforlife.com (haven't purchased domain yet, and using free hosting right now) And also going to run a youtube channel located at YouTube - droidforlife's Channel.The point of this thread is to ask if anyone in the future would be interested in writing for the blog, once it gets going im sure we could create revenue, and what not.The site will have app reviews, tutorials, unboxings, and reviews of accessories.
I am new to wordpress and I want to create an interface for being able to access my database hosted on wordpress in my mobile applications - particularly iPhone and Android.As these do not directly access SQL databases and would need routines on the server-side for being able to do so, what would be the best way for me to go about writing these routines/web-service calls?Are there any wordpress plugins available for this? If not, what language should I use - php or something else?
I just got myself a HTC Droid Eris (yes I know it is an older model, but it was all I could afford right now). I am desperately searching for a way to sync my Outlook calendar and contacts (notes and tasks would be nice, but lets not push it) from my desktop to my Eris.
I am very uncomfortable using the google platform to host all of my personal information because it resides on the web; unless I am mistaken about this fact.
I would love a Palm Desktop-esque app or program. At least it was a self contained feature that remained on my personal desktop and was not floating around in cyberspace. Any ideas?
Currently I am using my iPod touch for all of my calendars and contacts because it syncs flawlessly with my Outlook; but I didn't pay for smart phone technology to dial phone numbers alone.
Good morning everyone, I am new to programming with Java and Android, I'm trying to make an application to seek an xml in a web address and contains information that should be saved in my sql lite ... The doubt is as follows: I have to download and save the xml file on the device or can just work with it in memory, example: xml = xml.create (www.meusite.com.br / meuxml.xml); how would you do?
I've exported an apk from eclipse. I am able to install it without any problem if I copy it to the phone's sd card.
When trying to download via phone's (Galaxy S) browser I get: "Download unsuccessful".
I have set mime type application/vnd.android.package-archive in the mime.types, restarted apache, still same result. Also tried code...
Still no luck.
I am able to download and install applications from android market. I suspect that apache is not sending the mime type but this is just a shot in the dark. How can I fix the problem and be able to install APKs from my web server? (or at least to check if apache sends correct header with mime type)
I have a wordpress site with a responsive theme for mobile and I was wondering if it was possible to take that theme, place it to an app and it would recieve updates from the msql server. Sorta like how twitter and facebook mobile have the same design as the apps.
I want to build a site to introduce my phone apps and guide users to the app store. is there any good theme or template for me to get start? I need to put all my apps together and have separate page for single one.
What's everyone's favorite Android related blog?I like Droid-life.com.They tend to get the latest scoops before the other guys. I also check out androidcentral.com.Quite honestly, as awesome as the forums are, phandroid.com is that not that good of a blog.
What would be the best way to write an app for the iPhone OS and the Android OS that allows access to a web blog (posted on blogspot.com)? Are there ways to manipulate the incoming data from the website to fit the UI of the phones, or will I have to re-do a lot of the blogs?Any help would be nice.
The timing of this week's blog post was perfect. It was exactly what I intended to do today. And the extra Ant step worked fine, and I can see Proguard obfuscate my files into bin/obf/obfuscated.jar (yes, I tweaked the file names and paths a little bit), the resulting App- release.apk does not include the obfuscated files. My first hint was my stack traces, but I confirmed it with dedexer. Has anyone else verified their .apk? How does the compile step know what .class files to use? (I'm hoping its not assuming some hard coded path.)
I develop all my sites on a OS 10.5.8 server with PHP and MySQL, and I've configured my /etc/hosts and httpd.conf files to display my site at example.dev in any browser on that machine. I recently installed Android's software development kit which I'd like to use to develop and test stylesheets targeted to mobile Webkit-- but I can't access my locally-hosted projects in the Android browser.
This makes sense, since it's emulating the whole Android OS, but is there a workaround? Or can I only test projects that exist somewhere on the actual computer internet, perhaps in a hidden directory? Someone suggested that I edit my /etc/resolv.conf file, but I don't know the correct way to format a locally-hosted domain in the resolv.conf-- I tried variations of the following, and nothing works:
This to all those who are into game development. i want to start on the game development in android, and just as a starter, can anyone suggest me an ebook or a simple procedure oriented blog or some link that'll help me to get things started.
I'm starting a blog, and my first article is on swype.I was putting the download links in for themed, lite, and full but I can't find some. If you don't mind, can you tell me what you think of the blog and post the DL links as a comment.
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I hosted my service WCF (.net) using a windows service,i can access to the service from any browser but when i tried to call it from android it doesn't respond. it works fine before the hosting procedure (i used host client by default on Visual Studio).The url that i try to attempt is from android emulator, and installed my webservice in the same local machine(endpoints address http://localhost.).
I'm trying to open a dialog window, but every time I try to open it it throws this exception:
I'm creating it by calling showDialog with the display's id. The onCreateDialog handler logs fine and I can step through it without an issue, but I've attached it since it seems like I'm missing something:
Is there something missing from this? Some questions have talked about having this problem when creating a dialog from onCreate, which happen because the activity isn't created yet, but this is coming from a call from a menu object, and the appContext variable seems like it is correctly populated in the debugger.