Browser versus App to present Web Data

by Fred Vinton » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 01:53:32 GMT


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 Looking for best practices to deploy
   a. tabular data, and
   b. plotted data with comments (title + legend + notes)
1. Display in browser with server generated static graphic plots, or,
2. Download raw data and plot with graphics primitives (API) within
Android's SDK? 50 - 500 data points.
- Volume of requests may be large.
- Time critical response on handheld
I am keenly interested in a sample that runs on the NDK (1.5) which
can authenticate to Google and communicate with an AppEngine datastore.

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