Should be able to launch an Activity from the browser (not a WebView)

by Fred Grott(shareme) » Sun, 04 Jan 2009 05:28:02 GMT


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 There is not an obvious  way..iPhone has the same problem.

In the PhoneGap js lib project  tackled it by doing a native class to
enable the 'intent' and use the javascript bridge to access it and
call it..

The other project more specific to Android is the OpneIntents project
at googlecode..









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1. App only works on emulator once

Just starting and trying the Hello Android example so this is probably
something basic but my search terms must be too general and I can't
find any answers.

The project works once but thereafter, although the console reports
that all has built and installed ok  the hello text does not appear on
the emulator. Some while later (it is all very snail like) I may see
an internal error and details show a missing gen path but I have tried
the clean/small edit solutions to path error problems encountered
previously and they do not work for this fault.

If I delete the AVD and set up another it will work fine but on 2nd
run it fails again. For some reason the exact appearance of the
emulator, such as the android font, differs on the 2nd run although
only one AVD is listed.

Any ideas on this one? Thanks.

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The call to getId() will return -1 when you are creating your views
programmatically, as you are doing above.  You must assign ID's to the
objects with the setId() call first.

Note that the documentation for View says that you may specify any ID
that you like -- it does not have to be unique within the View's
hierarchy.

-Nik




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