We released an update a day early to deal with some regressions we had related to minor method signature changes triggered by an overhaul of pre-released versions. Other than that this week has been a bit uneventful in terms of our work.
On stack overflow things were pretty standard:
How do I import an existing android studio project to eclipse so that it is native and becomes a codename application?
We currently support NetBeans here but this is a bit problematic regardless
How to read textfile line by line into textarea in codename one
There are other ways to do this but this is the shortest/simplest
Data Storage Solutions
We recommend looking thru the developer guide to get started with those things
Filter optimization on set of containers
invokeAndBlock is a tool that is still very cryptic to developers
When I open the Eclipse application I get this exit code error issue. How do I resolve this?
Eclipse is a bit painful with the various versions of Windows
Network check works in android but same doesn’t work in iOS
Some low level features just don’t exist in iOS
NullPointerException called on the current variable in codename one
There are several issues with the code but the null pointer is the least of them
Two AutoCompleteTextField in same form
Filter for an autocomplete should be "smart" and cache data as much as possible
Retrieve IMSI by using CodenameOne, Cordova and AngularJS
iOS etc. don’t provide access to low level details such as IMSI
keyboard issue in iOS - codenameone
It’s hard to get the VKB to act "just right" so we need accurate test cases where we can reproduce all the odd edge cases
Flip transition of the form is not smooth in iOS
The transitions that require a screenshot would be slightly slower on iOS as the pipeline for offscreen buffers is much slower
We don’t have that builtin but since you can do anything you want in the
Toolbar it is possible
Cannot find type System.ApplicationException in module CommonLanguageRuntimeLibrary
This isn’t really a Codename One question but rather usage of the code we released for the UWP port
TableLayout heightPercentage: percentage of what?
That’s a good question, we simplified layout by blocking recursion so the percentage is based on guesses of eventual size
This is a bit problematic due to code that tries to "do the right thing"
How to detect a 'pinch out' in a list of containers?
This isn’t builtin but can probably be done using some low level API’s
Setup Google Analytics with Codename One
Google analytics has some configuration complexities
This might also be a regression related to new peer. It’s very hard to see in newer devices but you see it for a split second in very old phones
This might be a regression related to the migration to the Android new peer mode
IOS Build fails with annotations
We don’t support runtime annotations due to problematic use cases involved. We need to work on improving the failure related to that or implementing it
There are some odd edge cases with the virtual keyboards in the various OS’s. Normally native widget libraries recommend various hacks but we try to make it seamless