Android Question JQueryElement also for B4A

Roberto P.

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hello

is it possible to extend the libraries that implement JQueryElement also in B4A?

are there alternatives?

Thanks in advance
 

Star-Dust

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hello

is it possible to extend the libraries that implement JQueryElement also in B4A?

are there alternatives?

Thanks in advance
Try xHttpServer
 
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Roberto P.

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Try xHttpServer
Hello very interesting, can I ask for more information in private? would you have an example to view \ try?
Thank you
 
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Star-Dust

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find an example in the same thread. In the latest posts you will find some screenshots
 
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Roberto P.

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find an example in the same thread. In the latest posts you will find some screenshots
HI Star-Dust (ciao)

Yes, I saw. A true example with an Android app would be perfect.

Question, with the donation you also give the sources of the library?

Thank you
 
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Star-Dust

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HI Star-Dust (ciao)

Yes, I saw. A true example with an Android app would be perfect.

Question, with the donation you also give the sources of the library?

Thank you
Yes, you could get all the sources, but in your case it wouldn't help you with development. (Also I have already released the jQuery class sources to everyone, you can find the link in the same thread)

JQuery in the cross-platform version is not as intuitive as in the exclusive version for Desktop.
I suggest you if you have any questions to ask them and I will try to help you.
 
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Roberto P.

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clear. I deepen the Thread.

I anticipate a question: so the App works in a similar way to the websocket?
 
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Star-Dust

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clear. I deepen the Thread.

I anticipate a question: so the App works in a similar way to the websocket?
QueryElement works with WebSocket, like jQueryElement.
You don't have to change anything in the Html pages you created to work with jServer + jQuery.

QueryElement (compared to jQueryElement) needs a few more steps in initializing events and receiving data.

For the rest, no difference
 
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Star-Dust

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Solved?
 
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