Android Question start a new/big project - good starting-tips?

Discussion in 'Android Questions' started by Wolfgang Trageiser, Jan 18, 2015.

  1. Wolfgang Trageiser

    Wolfgang Trageiser Member Licensed User

    i want to develop a big project / app at the next month.

    i will start with b4a and later i want to migrate it to b4i.

    in b4a there a lot of very-good created special libraries (from user)
    which i would use for my application.

    but in b4i i dont find these libraries - and so i maybe could be trouble to migrate my b4-code to b4i?

    so i would sort the libraries in 3 categories:

    b4a-libraries which are also available in b4i
    b4a-libraries which are not available in b4i but easy to migrate
    b4a-libraries which are difficult/hard to migrate to b4i.

    is here someone who knows, which libraries belongs to which categorie?

    i think its good to now this before i develop a lot of routines/subs and views.

    i heared, that b4i works whith panels - so is it a good idea to make all my b4a-views with panels to migrate them easier to b4i?

    any other good tips to consider the later migration-work to b4i?

    can i create special java-methods(-jar) which both (b4a/b4i) can use/call?
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    I recommend you to download B4i beginner's guide and go over the tutorials to learn how B4i works.

    You can see the available libraries and types here:

    No. There is no reason for that.

    No. iOS cannot run Java byte code.
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