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Podio Android API Working with Files

I'm developing an application to create items within an app which will basically have text fields and files (images more specifically).  I've been able to get the API working for text field uploads, but the API documentation stops short on the parts regarding files (notice how is blank).  The last commit to the Android repo on GitHub is from late December so I was wondering if this documentation will ever be completed, or if the Android APK is still in active development.  Thanks for any information anyone can provide as far as a solution, or just more information.

Timothy Flynn

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Hi Timothy,

Podio Android SDK is currently not in active development. I do not know when we will start working on it again.


Marek Hruzik 0 votes

To run the test suite locally on your machine you need to have the latest Android SDK available and the $ANDROID_HOME environment variable configured properly.

Fetch the latest code from this repository.
Make sure you have an emulator running or a physical device connected to your computer.
From a terminal, find your way to the test directory of this repository and issue the ant clean emma debug install test command.
The test suite will be run on the emulator or device of yours and the result will be shown in the terminal window. Also note the “emma” directive which will generate code coverage reports for you. The report is found in the [PATH_TO_SDK]/test/bin folder ascoverage.html. Java training in chennai | Android training in chennai | Oracle dba Training in Chennai

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All Android devices have two file storage areas: "internal" and "external" storage. These names come from the early days of Android, when most devices offered built-in non-volatile memory (internal storage), plus a removable storage medium such as a micro SD card (external storage). Some devices divide the permanent storage space into "internal" and "external" partitions, so even without a removable storage medium, there are always two storage spaces and the API behavior is the same whether the external storage is removable or not. The following lists summarize the facts about each storage space.

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