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Massimiliano Assante
Sync for Android
8 de febrero de 2012 6:09
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Massimiliano Assante

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Hi,
great job so far, however was wondering if there was any plan to support Android in the near future.
Michael Young
RE: Sync for Android
10 de febrero de 2012 15:04
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We should be releasing an Android version in the coming weeks.
Sree Padakanti
RE: Sync for Android
11 de abril de 2012 15:30
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Sree Padakanti

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Any updates on this?
Michael Young
RE: Sync for Android
11 de abril de 2012 15:38
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Michael Young

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We're pausing Android development for the short term so that we can work on a better cross platform development strategy. The Android and iPhone apps are currently developed independently and we're working on a way to develop them together.
Hans Frisvold
RE: Sync for Android
17 de abril de 2012 13:10
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Hans Frisvold

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When could we expect Liferay sync for android?
Cameron McBride
RE: Sync for Android
18 de abril de 2012 16:42
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Cameron McBride

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Independent seems like the best way to go. Whats happens if you combine them results in a few possible scenarios:

1. You use a tool that allows you to write one type of code and have both apps. These apps look like crap compared to native Android and iOS apps. They don't have the capability of doing as much either. End users lose with this. There are a few app builders that do this sort of thing.

2. You have an amazing Android or iOS developer. He develops both apps. In this scenario you end up with one really amazing app and one buggy piece of junk that looks similar to the amazing one. Being a Java company I assume your Android app would win out.

If you really want some great apps then you have a dedicated Android developer and a dedicated iOS developer. You let them collaborate on the apps but don't make them be the same. Allow them to compete adding features to beat the other. Your end users will love this.
Hamish Campbell
RE: Sync for Android
27 de agosto de 2012 13:12
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Hamish Campbell

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Any updates on this was looking on the android market but could not find the app?
Hans Frisvold
RE: Sync for Android
7 de septiembre de 2012 3:15
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Hans Frisvold

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any updates on this
jon athan
RE: Sync for Android
26 de septiembre de 2012 6:07
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Android is my favorite software that i use in mobile phones. I just want to say thanks for this information. Keep it up.
Brian Gormanly
RE: Sync for Android
4 de octubre de 2012 16:57
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Brian Gormanly

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Michael Young:
We're pausing Android development for the short term so that we can work on a better cross platform development strategy. The Android and iPhone apps are currently developed independently and we're working on a way to develop them together.


I am disappointed to hear this. I have never used a "cross-platform" software on android that was not a complete joke. I think you will find when you are done with the cross platform experiment that it saves little if any time, becomes a maintenance nightmare, (especially when new versions of either OS come out) and makes nobody happy.

I really hope you prove me wrong though emoticon

Brian
Denis Signoretto
RE: Sync for Android
12 de octubre de 2012 2:15
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Denis Signoretto

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Hi,

documentation reports "For Android, go to Google Play, search for Liferay, and install the Liferay Sync App"
but I can't find it. It's Sync for Android App ready to download?

Thanks,
Denis.
Jesse Rao
RE: Sync for Android
12 de octubre de 2012 14:40
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Jesse Rao

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Hi Denis,

Sorry, the Sync apps for Android and iOS have not been released yet. The docs you referred to (Liferay Sync - User Guide) were for the beta versions. To avoid confusion, we've removed them from the User Guide but we'll republish them when the Android and Sync apps are actually released.
Bruno Farache
RE: Sync for Android
16 de octubre de 2012 10:06
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Liferay Sync for Android has just been released! http://goo.gl/2qdK1
Hamish Campbell
RE: Sync for Android - Trying it now on Samsung Note II
16 de octubre de 2012 12:54
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Hamish Campbell

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Really nice to have this now I will host my photos on my blog rather than on facebook - was simply to fiddly to upload to liferay on a phone before. I would love the android "share via" option to work to a set location folder on my blog/site?
* it works, most of the time emoticon
* crashed each time I use the camera - picture - upload option.
* crashes some of the time after uploading an image.
Will be uploading the images here http://hamishcampbell.com/media if anyone wont's to check out real world mobile use.

UPDATE - "the file is to big" 8mp - will go into admin and make max file size bigger... humm "LRS has stopped"

More updates to come emoticon
Bruno Farache
RE: Sync for Android - Trying it now on Samsung Note II
19 de octubre de 2012 12:39
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Bruno Farache

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Hamish,

I got only 1 error report from Google Play, was it you? I think I have a fix for the upload issue, I'm going to reach you directly, not sure how.

Regarding Liferay crashing after a big file upload, maybe you should increase the JVM heap size? Doesn't it say anything in the logs before stopping?
Bruno Farache
RE: Sync for Android - Trying it now on Samsung Note II
19 de octubre de 2012 13:21
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Bruno Farache

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Just uploaded a new version, it should update soon.

Please let me know if it fixes your issue, Hamish. Here's the ticket with more details:
http://issues.liferay.com/browse/SYNC-588
Hamish Campbell
RE: Sync for Android - Trying it now on Samsung Note II
21 de octubre de 2012 14:54
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Hamish Campbell

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It updated, haven't had a chance to try the new version will do it now.

Update: with take a photo (8mp image) it crashed, it worked, it crashed sent the report fro the last crash.

It worked for same image upload from gallery.

Hope this helps.
Sohui Gu
RE: Sync for Android - Trying it now on Samsung Note II
19 de diciembre de 2012 18:57
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Sohui Gu

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Great job.