Anyone have idea of parsing the ical calendar file with ical4j API for android app using eclipse as development environment. I have added ical4j API, to my project, but getting some errors related to API.
I have a file which I created and is present in data/data/com.andr.filedemo/files/a.xml. Now I want to parse this file using XML Pull parser. How can we give the path of that file or how we can access that file and then parse that file using XML Pull parser.
I would like to get the mime type of my local media file (3gpp , mp4, ...etc) if it is of video then i want to allocate a SurfaceView for it additionally otherwise i just use MediaPlayer to play it i have found opencore has provided some interface for that and used by mediascanner.cpp but it seems in android media framework it isnt so can i achieve this by using android media framework?
I am developing an application that download the schedule calendar file of specific user to the phone memory and shows to the user in different user friendly formats.
Get the user's ID entered in the UI Generate the user's unique calendar URL Retrieve the calendar file over HTTP Save the file locally Display the calendar data to the user Read the file from disk that you saved directly from the web Parse the data with iCal4j and display in whatever UI format you like
I have downloaded file to the phone memory , the file is .ics file that contains some header,time zone,tags link html and original schedule information.Now I need to parse this ical file with ical4j.I have added the ical4j JAR API and also the dependent APIs to my project. But still finding it difficult to work on it. I used information from link below and tried to add the sample project code but it seems to have errors
So is there any way to parse the ical file with ical4j?and i can use it to re Can anyone provide me with some sample code so that I can learn how to use this API? Or do you have any idea like how can I do it?
Does anyone know if there is an app that will let me read both my epub and pdf books? I know Calibre does conversions but even the Calibre website itself says that pdf is the least preferred format to convert from and I often get unreadable output. I know that I could use the native pdf reader but I was really wanting to be able to browse my books as a single collection through a single app rather than having them in multiple places. Google Editions couldn't come soon enough for me as I refuse to commit to any of the proprietary store ebook formats!
I found that Aldiko seems to be the most popular eBook app. So I downloaded it. My question is regarding the ePub format. I have a ton of books in text format already. Is it a pain to convert them to ePub? If it is, what's a good app that runs txt files and can be used as an eBook reader?
Is there any ready library to read ePub format? I found ePublib in http://github.com/psiegman/epublib. I'm still learning how to use it. I wonder if there is ePub jar which ready to use for read ePub format in android.
I downloaded and installed the Nook Android app from the Google play store. Unfortunately when I click on an ePub book, even one that I downloaded from the B&N Nook store, my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 displays an error message stating that it cannot find an app to run the file. If I run Nook first, I can open files by clicking an icon in its list of books. Unfortunately that *only* lists epub books that I downloaded from Barnes & Noble, not any of my other books. (I have ePub books I bought directly from Baen, for example -- no joy.)
I'm a complete novice with the Android O/S and have no prior experience with any smartphone or tablet whatsoever. I'm quite familiar with Windows (up through 7) and several Unix/Linux flavors. Also somewhat familiar with MacOSX (but not iOS).
I've set set files to localhost an set the href links for the epub files. <a href="more-utopia.epub" target="_blank"> more-utopia </a><br> And I've try to browse from my custom web view but when I click to download the link, it appears no download and open the file in the browser with custom web view.
What I want to do is to download the files and want to set path the download location to user selected location.
I know that any format conversion sometimes (or most of the time) produces less than desirable results. So what are some tips for converting from text files to ePub format? For example, the best way to get chapters identified so they show up in a table of contents?
I downloaded Aldiko and I'd like to purchase some books for it. I've seen some sites that sell in the epub format but they are a bit on the expensive side. I like the prices that Amazon and Barnes & Noble offer for their ebooks but I think they are in a proprietary format. I guess my question is, where is a good place to purchase epub books at a reasonable price?