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Runtime Support: Cordova #834

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xSkyripper opened this Issue Apr 20, 2017 · 1 comment

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xSkyripper commented Apr 20, 2017

Hello.

Is it possible to start a js-ipfs daemon properly in a cordova app on android ?

More exactly, I used the script tag in my main html and added the js code for the daemon to start.
The app starts fine, the daemon seems to start too but I have no discovery at all.
Swarm peers returns an empty array and I also cannot find the specific device's ID from a linux machine connected to the same router.

EDIT 1: The linux machine uses go-ipfs and the android device uses js-ipfs. Is this a problem ... ?
EDIT 2: Can 2 js-ipfs browser nodes communicate ? I tested this locally and it seems there is no trace of discovery or connection ... I don't know if I didn't understand completely but what exactly does and doesn't work in this implementation ?

The purpose of this issue is to find a way of implementing an Android app using IPFS. One of the most important things is that I NEED it to work in LANs.

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Same suggestion I made for #802 (comment), if you come up with an example of how to do the set up, I'm happy to help you figure out the rest.

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diasdavid commented Sep 1, 2017

Same suggestion I made for #802 (comment), if you come up with an example of how to do the set up, I'm happy to help you figure out the rest.

@diasdavid diasdavid changed the title from Daemon on Cordova - Android to Cordoba support Sep 1, 2017

@diasdavid diasdavid added ready P3 - Low and removed backlog labels Oct 17, 2017

@VictorBjelkholm VictorBjelkholm changed the title from Cordoba support to Cordova support Feb 1, 2018

@diasdavid diasdavid changed the title from Cordova support to Runtime Support: Cordova Mar 16, 2018

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