This sample pairs with GettingStartedKotlin to provide examples of an Android Kotlin application before and after integrating with the BlackBerry Dynamics SDK. This sample provides examples of features commonly used in an application that require modification for integrate with the BlackBerry Dynamics SDK, including file storage, SQLite usage and HTTP and socket communication. This sample requires the BlackBerry Dynamics SDK for Android to be installed. Refer to the Getting Started guide for instructions on how to install and configure it. https://developers.blackberry.com/us/en/resources/get-started/blackberry-dynamics-getting-started.html?platform=android#step-1
Android Studio BlackBerry Dynamics SDK
Author(s) Mark Sohm
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This sample was tested with the following environment:
Good Dynamics SDK 184.108.40.206 Android Studio 3.4.1 Android 8.1.0
How To Open the Project
Note that you must install the BlackBerry Dynamics SDK for Android in order to build this sample.
- Clone the repo to your computer.
- Launch Android Studio.
- Click on File menu, Open.
- Navigate to the directory you saved the project and click OK.
- Open the settings.json file in the assets directory and update the GDApplicationID to be unique.
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