Please see the issues section to report any bugs or feature requests and to see the list of known issues.
After satisfying those requirements, the build is pretty simple:
mvn clean packagefrom the
appdirectory to build the APK only
mvn clean installfrom the root directory to build the app and also run the integration tests, this requires a connected Android device or running emulator
You might find that your device doesn't let you install your build if you already have the version from the Android Market installed. This is standard Android security as it it won't let you directly replace an app that's been signed with a different key. Manually uninstall Gauges from your device and you will then be able to install your own built version.
Gaug.es for Android is built on the awesome Gauges API and uses many great open-source libraries from the Android dev community:
- ActionBarSherlock for a consistent, great looking header across all Android platforms, ViewPagerIndicator for swiping between content, traffic, & referrer pages, and NineOldAndroids for the AirTraffic view animations - all from the prolific Jake Wharton.
- RoboGuice for dependency-injection.
- Robotium for driving our app during integration tests.
- android-maven-plugin for automating our build and producing release-ready APKs.
Please fork this repository and contribute back using pull requests.
Any contributions, large or small, major features, bug fixes, additional language translations, unit/integration tests are welcomed and appreciated but will be thoroughly reviewed and discussed.