When making a dialog subclass I came across a problem where OnClickListener events were not firing. The solution I found here worked. It just entailed moving the onclick listener assignments from the normal Oncreate method to the onStart method.
I got this error from the xml layout for a ImageButton. I was using api 3 which apparently does not support this attribute. Simply going to api 4 resolved this problem.
The com.admob.android.ads.AdView tag was giving messages: Multiple annotations found at this line: – error: No resource identifier found for attribute ‘backgroundColor’ in package – error: No resource identifier found for attribute ‘refreshInterval’ in package – error: No resource identifier found for attribute ‘keywords’ in package – error: No resource identifier found for attribute ‘primaryTextColor’ in package – error: No resource …
I spent some time working with the facebook sdk for android. I felt like it was overkill for what I needed. So I decided to roll my own authentication handling code. When I went to post the android market had changed the publishing requirements. You now have to post two screen shots.
Today I added my third app to the android market. The application is called Personality Test. It is a test that tells you which of the 16 personality types you are.
Today I added my second app to the android market. The application is called Natural Clock. It is a clock that displays the time in natural language. So instead of say 12:05 it reads “It is five past 12.” See screen shots below:
So today I signed up for the android market place in order to publish my first app. I ran into a snag that lead me to believe that my account was not ready for use. Credit goes to Ramsey Isler for suggesting browser compatibility problems(I was using Firefox/3.5.15). I tried Safari and sure enough it just worked.
Today I added my first app to the android market. The application is called Giftr. It is meant to facilitate gift exchanges. The user simply has to select contacts from their phone book and press one button and the rest is handled by the application.
I wanted to try out google’s go language:http://golang.org/ I ran into a few bumps while installing it: ./all.bash — FAIL: os_test.TestRemoveAll RemoveAll “_obj/_TestRemoveAll_” succeeded with chmod 0 subdirectory?(extra *os.PathError=lstat _obj/_TestRemoveAll_: no such file or directory) FAIL make: *** [test] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/root/go/src/pkg/os’ make: *** [os.test] Error 2 This error was resolved by not trying to install as …