Hi everyone, i'm completing an app, but i really wish to solve those problems that i always had in these years using B4A.
I'm in Activity "A", i press a button to go to Activity "B".
Before showing the Activity "B" layout there is this ugly white screen in between, and then the layout...
In B4A I have a code
On each activity in my app there is a button Feedback.
On click on this button on, for example Dashboard activity, my code is
Then on Feedback on click SendFeedback button after feedback is sent my code is...
i've a CustomListView in a [b4x]Drawer, with some items. Each item has a Value, this value is a custom type called "ComunicationData" that contains several strings, like cd.Link
When i click on the clv item, the sub "ItemClick" is fired and is this one:
As you can see the code in...
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I use the StartActivity(....) command in the service.
Works well on low Android, but does not work at all on high Android (9-10) and nothing happens
What method should I use to start an activity? (Suitable for high Android)
Need a little assistance with an problem i have coded myself into. 🤯
APP was developed with 5 images to load to a quiz type page, showing an image and then the user selects the right answer, simple stuff.
Got all the bugs and kinks all sorted as usual before implementing the...
I want to use an animation between activities, using makeClipRevealAnimation. Unfortunately, Java and Android libs are real bullshit and totally beyond understanding...
All I succeed to do is
Dim jo As JavaObject
Dim ao As JavaObject =...
Hi everyone, i've an app with the Main activity used as Login form.
When i user log in i wrote:
But if the user put the app in background and then opens it up from the homescreen (not from the recent apps) starts the Main activity instead of the Home activity (that is the...
My app requires me to restart an activity after a user generated parameter change.
I have tried:
But it gives me an error as it cannot find: MyActivity
Any suggestions on how I can get the App to restart the activity?
I was convinced that by calling from a service a routine of an Activity currently not in Foreground, this Activity would be open.
This happen-works only when a different Activity of the app is in Foreground (the app itself is in Foreground); if the app is paused, the call is added to a queue...