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some problems compatibility on android


I tried to analyse snapost code 9.x to understand how the titanium developpement works.

I have a social website compatible with mobile and I would like to make a software similar to snapost. The users can't add a picture from android browser…

1- When I run the software images on the buttons do not appear. Android can it show image on button in this titanium sdk ?

2- The click event on label doesn't work: "[TRACE] W/TiContext( 635): (main) [158,10045] No listeners for eventName: touchstart"

3- When a create a new VIEW with Ti.UI.createWebView (For the user signup account on .mobi website) , the button profile to switch view no longer works.

SIGNUP.JS = http://pastie.org/870236

Someone can help me? Those functionalites is it ok on this SDK for Android ? Thanks

— asked March 15th 2010 by Nicolas Roussel
  • android
  • image
  • snapost
  • webview

3 Answers

  • Snapost needs to be updated to be Android compatible - I used some iPhone-only techniques during development that need to be made compatible across devices. I'll be committing a 1.0.x SDK version ASAP with these changes. Note, however, that other APIs should work as advertised, including Proerties, Network, etc.

    — answered March 15th 2010 by Kevin Whinnery
  • Hi,

    Thanks for answer, I know the actual version is optimized for iPhone. I make a few modification and it's run on android.

    But I don't understand why a few properties doesn't work like backgroundImage on Titanium.UI.Button . This functionnality sould work on both system ?

    It's difficult to know wich properties and method is available on Iphone, on Android, and Both… The documentation do not explain that at the moment :-(

    The click label event doesn't work on Android. The code is it optimised on iPhone or this system doesn't work on android ? Is it obliged to use a button ?

    — answered March 16th 2010 by Nicolas Roussel
  • Hi,

    Anybody here ?!! :-(

    — answered March 19th 2010 by Nicolas Roussel
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