Welcome to the JUMP platform libary for Android. This library is available open-source under a Berkeley license, as found in the LICENSE file.
Getting Started: Docs/Jump_Integration_Guide.md
Report bugs or ask questions: https://support.janrain.com/forums/20122381-android-library-q-a
Updating from 3.x to 4.0:
- 4.0 adds and focuses on Capture support, renames the library project / IDE metadata to "Jump"
- See the developers integration guide,
- There's a new initializer signature
Updating from 2.x to 3.0:
- See the documentation on developers.janrain.com
Updating from 1.x to 2.0:
- Replace the activity declarations in your AndroidManifest.xml with fresh copies from JREngage/AndroidManifest.xml
- Update your Android target to Android 13 / Honeycomb 3.2 (still deployable to Android 4+ / Donut / 1.6) (Alternately, remove the "screenSize" configuration change handler from the "configChanges" portion of each JREngage Activity declaration in your AndroidManifest.xml and then target your app at lower versions of Android.)
- Ensure that the JREngage/libs/android-support-v4.jar is added to your IDE's project (ant builds work without updating)
- Ensure that the jackson-core-lgpl-1.6.4.jar and jackson-mapper-lgpl-1.6.4.jar libraries are removed from your IDE's project.
Using tablet support:
- Tablet support works in two modes, either embedded as a UI Fragment or as a modal dialog.
- To show a modal dialog simply continue to call JREngage#showAuthenticationDialog() or JREngage#showSocialPublishingDialog(...)
- To start a Fragment in a specific container call JREngage#showSocialPublishingFragment(...)
- Or, if you wish to manage the Fragment yourself (e.g. to add it to the back stack), use JREngage#createSocialPublishingFragment(...)
- Embedded mode requires a host activity sub-classed from android.support.v4.app.FragmentActivity, android.app.FragmentActivity is incompatible.