01Aug

Apps using DataDroid

(DataDroid is used in your application and you are not featured here ? send me an email with the link to the Google Play page of your application)

The following list is non-exhaustive.


Se coucher moins bête

Tickengo

AlloResto.fr

WishList

(developed by Foxykeep)

DataDroid PoC

(developed by Foxykeep)

Aion Profile Viewer

(developed by Foxykeep)

Assurski

Massy

(developed by Localeo)

TV Bouygues Telecom

Guide TV Bbox

You can also find a list of applications using DataDroid on AppBrain

5 Responses to “Apps using DataDroid”

  1. [...] PresentationInstallationLicenseApps using DataDroidAbout Foxykeep 21AprDataDroid 1.0 is liveThe version 1.0 of DataDroid is now available on GitHub and on Google Play.What’s new ?Add a Rss Feed parser in the library that you can use in your own applicationsIn case of HTTP code different from 200, a RestClientException exception is now generated and thrown.The RestClientException class now contains a mErrorStatus field where the HTTP status is setIf the HTTP status received is 301 (Moved permanently), the new URL will be tried automatically. In the case of an URL loop due to multiple URL redirection, a RestClientException with a 301 error status will be thrown.Fix : if you didn’t provide an UserAgent as a parameter in your call to NetworkConnection, an empty one was sent with the request. You can now generate the default UserAgent by calling the following method :NetworkConnection.generateDefaultUserAgent(Context context)Check the class PocService for an example.Fix : The way the OnRequestFinishedListeners are removed in the RequestManager has been modified to prevent a rare crash.You can find the example application on Google Play :And as always the source codes of the library and the application are available on GitHub Answers to some questions I received Is the library ready for production ?I use it in every project I make which requires local or remote data. And as you can see in the Applications using DataDroid page, it’s used by several apps including for example Se Coucher Moins Bête which is used by more than 500k users)Why does it not implement everything by itself ? Why do we need to code our parsers, etc ?Multiple reasons for this : first I don’t know your webservices and therefore I have no idea of how to parse it.The other reason is to allow to use the library in every situation :You don’t want to save the data in the database : you can without problem, just save it only in memoryYou don’t use XML or JSON for your webservices but an obscure format I never heard of : no problem either. As long as you can write the parser for it, you are good to go.You just want to use a local database and nothing else : just copy the ContentProvider classes provided in the library to your project, follow the TODO in them and you are ready !You have to do some work but in the end it works flawlessly and you have all the freedom you need  If you have any question about the library or how to use it in your project, feel free to leave a commentTags: DataDroid, ReleasePosted by foxykeep in Posts No Comments No commentsPlace your commentName [...]

  2. Kha Tran (1 comments) says:

    Thank you very very very much. We are gonna use DataDroid for our new application.

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