codeBarGenerator is a class that generates barcodes.
It is written in B4X and is compatible with B4A, B4i and B4J.
At the moment the class only generates barcode in EAN13, UPC-A and CODE128-B format, you can modify the class and improve it even more.
V1.02 - barcode in CODE128-B...
This class cPDF.bas (version 0.6 - 2024-01-03) generate PDF File with limited fonctionnalities (but enough for me)
Add pages with different paper size (use constants or custom size)
PDF standards font (Courier, Helvetica, Times, Symbol and Zapfdingbats), style (Normal, Bold, Italic...
This a small class generator. The class use this concept, thanks to @Emme Developer.
Enter the Class Name
Enter the fields list (Name, Type and Default Value).
Click on the 'Copy' button
In your Project, add a Standard Class module with the same class name
I have created this code generator, using a code template to use the same name as the views in the layout.
The B4X Dialog Custom template (B4XPreferenceDialog) generates the necessary class to create the dialog using the names of the designer views.
The Layout as class template creates a class...
So I am am working on my Mock app, after getting some of my list running as per discussion here, I managed to have some consensus of some doable things..
What happens is that a data structure is first defined, this will contain the field names and the dummy data types. Somewhere there...
It might happen that, when combining multiple native (JNI) libraries, your Android app will crash with an UnsatisfiedLinkError.
Why does this happen?
Well long-story-short, your libraries differ from each other in terms of ABIs (target CPU architecture).
For a detailed explanation...