Interested CRM on Android ?

by Jayant » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 05:19:39 GMT


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 Aftek has a very strong exposure to mobile application development and
has delivered variety of projects focusing on mobile applications
including touch point applications, mobile ads, mobile searches,
polls, location based services, CRM extensions etc. We also have
expertise in technologies related to portable applications, portable
devices, mobile commerce and multimedia applications.

In Android we have extensive expertise with the following

1.Rich UI designing, optimized graphics using OPENGL
2.Providing features using core level mobile aspects like making a
call, sending SMS, receiving SMS and post processing the same,
3.Building intelligence using various logs including calls, SMS
4.Providing features using core data including phone book, contacts,
meetings, notes
5.Providing features using various supported API including Maps,
Media, Text to Speech and Bluetooth
6.Providing features using the SQLite database API

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 http://www.aftek.com/technical_expertise.shtml 


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1. does android supports WPA2

my company's wi-fi  use WPA2, but my G1 cant access it ,  if android
dont supports it now , when can it ?
thanks for help!

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2. 3rd party jar

Hi,

Having a problem here with including a 3rd party jar and couldn't find
any proper solutions on the group so far.

Compiling the HelloWorld app. with an additional 3rd party jar
(cglib-nodep). The jar is in the lib/ folder and has been added to build
path (add jar).

Compiling gives these warnings (about ~30 times):
warning: Ignoring InnerClasses attribute for an anonymous inner class
that doesn't come with an associated EnclosingMethod attribute. (This
class was probably produced by a broken compiler.)

I then tried to create the dex file myself (dx --dex --output=xx.dex
xx.jar) and succeeded without any errors. As far as I know an
incompatible jar file (incompatible byte code) shouldn't have passed
this one. Am I right here?

The problem is that by adding another 3 external jars the number of
warnings increases, compiling fills the buffer completely and finally
crashes the workspace.

Did I miss something?

I tried another approach by adding them as user lib but got an undefined
reference at runtime. (The .dex and .apk were far too small, so I think
they didn't get included)

Libs were:
cglib-nodep
commons-logging
antlr-runtime



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3. mySQL or Internally?

4. Market, Paid Apps and DRM

5. Problems with video emulator

6. Charging Android Applications

7. Android SDK v1.1 - changes / bug fixes or lack of