STEPS is an Android application developed for the World Health Organization's STEPwise approach to noncommunicable disease risk factor surveillance. The application is used to register households and household members during survey rounds and then randomly select a household member to interview. Once a household member is randomly selected for interview, the survey is launched in the ODK Collect application. Supported languages are English, French, Spanish, Russian, and Arabic.
For more information, see http://www.who.int/chp/steps/en/.
Building the app
Make sure the Gradle daemon (version 2.2.1) is installed on your build machine. Build the app by running:
It's good practice to sign the app before you release the app. If you don't already have a certificate for signing the APK, you can create one by running:
cd ~/.android keytool -genkey -v -keystore release.keystore -alias androidreleasekey -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000
You can show the key's SHA1 fingerprint by running:
keytool -v -list -keystore release.keystore
Add the following lines to the local.properties file in the project's root directory (you might have to create it):
store_file=/home/[username]/.android/release.keystore store_password=your_key_store_pw key_alias=androidreleasekey key_password=your_release_key_pw
You can now generate a signed release APK by running:
gradle clean gradle assembleRelease
The signed APK (
build/outputs/apk/steps-app-release.apk) should be available for distribution if the build was successful.
Creating the Docker Image on Your Drone-CI Server
Use these commands to create a Docker image that can be used to run Drone-CI tests for this project:
git clone https://github.com/onaio/docker-builds.git cd docker-builds/android docker build -t onaio/android:steps-app --build-arg "androidComponents=platform-tools,android-21,extra-android-support,extra-android-m2repository,extra-google-m2repository" --build-arg "buildToolsVersion=27.0.3" .