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howling at the blackmoon experiences of a wolf learning to build androids search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content homeandroid apps blackmoon file browser file browser version notes (changelog) file browser faq blackmoon file browser intents & providers localization of file browser attachsave attachsave version notes (changelog) attachsave faq localization of attachsave swidget swidget version notes (changelog) swidget faq localization of swidget about post navigation ← older posts php: fwrite() wrapper posted on wednesday, october 23rd, 2013 by uncle code monkey 2 i recently ran into an issue on one of my drupal projects.  while tracking down the problem, i wrote a wrapper for php’s fwrite() function since it should be wrapped inside a loop in case there was a network issue while writing out the data.  in the process, i also handled a windows quirk that may also cause problems.  this function was the result: /** * writing to a network stream may end before the whole string is written. * return value of fwrite() may be checked. windows quirk handled as well. * @param file_stream $afilestream - the file stream instance. * @param string $atext - the string data to write out. * @param number $aretrycount - number of attempts before giving up. * @return number - returns the # of bytes written out. */ function fstream_write($afilestream, $atext, $aretrycount=3) { $ts = microtime(true); $num_queued = strlen($atext); //returns num bytes, which is what we want $num_wrote = 0; $num_retries = $aretrycount + 0; // in case null is passed in $iswindows = (strtoupper(substr(php_uname('s'), 0, 3)) === 'win'); while (($num_queued > $num_wrote) && ($num_retries > 0)) { // handle windows quirk since we are already going through all the trouble of while loop $thetext = (!$iswindows) ? substr($atext, $num_wrote) : substr($atext, $num_wrote, 8100); // only care about warnings if on last retry $fwresult = ($num_retries > 1) ? @fwrite($afilestream, $thetext, strlen($thetext)) : fwrite($afilestream, $thetext, strlen($thetext)); if (!empty($fwresult)) { $num_wrote += $fwresult; } else { //cover the case of false and 0 being returned //0 result may mean the socket/connection was severed, prevent infinite loop $num_retries -= 1; if ($num_retries > 0) { sleep(1); //give the target time to recover } else { $tl = microtime(true); watchdog('php', 'fstream_write> wrote: @num duration: @dur text: @out', array('@num'=>$num_wrote, '@dur'=>number_format($tl-$ts), '@out'=>$atext)); } } } return $num_wrote; } in the end, it turns out my issue was fixed with a few configuration setting changes rather than any code changes, but this seemed useful enough to remember for later. posted in code snippet, php, tips & tricks | 2 replies gdg-dc sept 6th posted on friday, september 7th, 2012 by uncle code monkey 1 i had the privilege of being one of the 200 or so attending a google dev group meeting in which a few of google’s android developer advocates gave a couple of talks as well as had the aol development team present a demo of their work which will soon be published in the market.  the meeting was held in an auditorium of aol’s campus which was pretty nice and could hold easily hold the 200 attendees. the google guys bought tons of pizza for everyone.  a big thanks to both aol for the room and google for the food. =d  if you follow the meeting link, you can see the pictures taken at that event. the first speaker was david chandler who is the primary developer behind the webview widget and is the primary force behind gwt. he was in town for the fcc’s meeting on accessibility in mobile apps and the mobile web and agreed to be one of the speakers for this little shindig.  he talked about webview apps and how many of them are designed on-the-cheap as a way to target several different mobile ecosystems with one app.  he pointed out how many of them are also designed to look like an ios app… which is incongruous and confusing for an android user and basically to “don’t do that”.  i learned that asynctasks are great for background tasks, but not for a task that may get killed mid-run if the device orientation changes as they will get cancelled (use a service instead).  spring android is an open source project with a rest encapsulation set of classes to make those kinds of calls easy inside android.  building a service around spring android would be the best practice, but you can put it anywhere you like, even inside an asynctask. android 4.1 (jellybean) introduced a new set of notifications, with a much larger size and buttons and even a short list.  one of the problems with this new set was a fairly hidden feature of the expandable notification (hidden because it isn’t really discoverable):  some notifications can be expanded if you use two fingers to “pull down” which would expand it.  not really something hinted at visually and, for people like me, impossible to discover because i am usually using the phone one handed, preventing the use of two finger gestures most times. the google i/o 2012 app demonstrating many of the new features is still available on google play, but not for much longer. source code for the app will be available for a long time to come and can be seen/downloaded from here. demonstrated features include: the new notifications, ics calendar integration, gcm (successor to c2dm – push notification from web server), android beam (using the nfc), and more. david then went on to discuss the fcc meeting on accessibility and proceeded to talk about various quick and easy ways to vastly improve accessibility of an app for the visually impaired.  he gave a short example of a slider bar and how, even with text to speech enabled with various text being read as you operated it, the ux is quite cumbersome.  supplementing the slider bar with simple + and – buttons to move the slider up and down did not add much complexity, but made the task of properly setting the value of the slider so much easier by just using those simple buttons instead. the aol android development team gave their demonstration next and they showed off their fairly sophisticated magazine reader app that had multiple call outs, gesture actions, vertical page scrolling, and even content drill down based on hot spots defined in the xml content.  the thing i found most fascinating was their ability to hook up a device directly to the screen projector and show off the app that way (at least for the tablet, their phone could not hook up).  when i inquired about that ability after the event, they said it was a motorola xoom with an hdmi port.  after i got home, i immediately checked my asus tablet for such a port and found it has a microhdmi output.  the samsung galaxy s iii handset also has one, so i may need to get one of those kinds of phones the next time i need to do a presentation with a handset.  aol on is a new google tv app that will add feature rich content from aol as a set of new channels for you to watch on your google tv, including hufflive.  while i technically found the apps presented impressive, i don’t typically read the magazines they would be delivering nor do i have a google tv.  others will have to comment about them once they get published (which should be soon, this was the first time anyone outside aol got to see anything about them). adam koch and roman nurik came down from google’s nyc office to give a micro version of their google io presentation about the features of jellybean (4.1), best practices for ui design, and how best to design and develop with the nexus 7… which is quirky because of it’s default portrait mode instead of landscape, being 7″ with a “tvdpi” of 213dpi, and only a front facing camera. they talked about ui design, ux should be “butter” (smooth — opposite of “janky”), making sure we have “hardware acceleration” option turned on in our apps and that we should all review the design guidelines with regards to how the new up button behaves (which is the app icon) vs. the back button which has been around forever. a special note was said to pay attention to the new activity attribute parentactivityname and the taskstackbuilder class. adam asked at one point during his talk if anyone created a “universal app” which targeted any and all screen sizes. as far as i know, i was the only one to raise my hand.  he asked me about the challenges i faced and i mentioned all the different layout folders and value folders necessary to create such apps.  during roman’s talk about best practices for ui design in helping to support “universal screen apps”, he asked the audience to see how many were using the “smallest width” layout filter (i.e. layout-sw600 folder for 7″ tablet layouts as apposed to “layout” for handsets and “layout-sw720″ for 10” tablets).  when roman saw that i was the only one with my hand up, he commented “only one? that’s very disappointing. you all should be using it”. it made me realize that my development process and experience is not only valuable, but rare, too (around here, at least). all in all, it was a very informative 2 hour set of talks and demonstrations and i appreciated every minute of it.  thanks again to google and aol for sponsoring the event and presenting something like that. very cool. =) as i left the parking garage at aol’s campus, i was greeting with this warning sign. crosswalk warning sign at aol posted in android, promote, tips & tricks | tagged android, aol, apps, customer experience, google, ui, ux | 1 reply android 4.1 change to settextsize posted on thursday, august 23rd, 2012 by uncle code monkey 2 android 4.1 changed standard behavior for settextsize. it used to be that you could use settextsize(0) and the size would default to whatever was appropriate for the device.  very handy!  unfortunately, it now literally sets the font size to 0.  effectively rendering your textview invisible. bad google! changes like this make it harder and harder to write code that works on the majority of devices. i guess that’s why we make the “big bucks”, right?  /sarcasm 😉 posted in android, rant, tips & tricks | tagged android, textview | 2 replies why are multi-threaded apps difficult to write? posted on friday, august 17th, 2012 by uncle code monkey reply i read a good article highlighting why it is difficult to write a decent multi-threaded app that scales well with the number of hardware cores and wanted to share it with you all. http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2012/08/what-makes-parallel-programming-hard.html speed optimizations can even cause unintended artificial limitations.  something to think about. posted in ponder, promote | tagged code composing, java, multi-threaded | leave a reply android custom permissions posted on thursday, july 19th, 2012 by uncle code monkey 2 google encourages developers to define custom permissions to protect our publicly available activities and custom data providers.  the first step is to define such permissions in your manifest so that your app as well as all other apps can display pretty text for the permissions.  apps that merely use your custom permissions will display the text you defined in your app for each permission. one issue i discovered is that you should never define the permission group as an empty string (android:permissiongroup=””) or else the permission definition becomes invalid and no other app will be able to use it. custom permissions should also define a custom permission group if they are not part of one of the android built-in groups, otherwise they will be displayed as part of a permission called “default” and all your custom permissions will be shown as a comma separated list underneath it. for example:                                    once you have defined all your permissions, other apps can simply use them with and their apps will use your string definitions when displaying them in settings as part of managing the device’s apps. posted in android, code snippet, tips & tricks, xml | tagged android, androidmanifest, exceptions, permissions, provider | 2 replies attachsave 4.0 released! posted on sunday, july 8th, 2012 by uncle code monkey reply attachsave 4.0 (all versions) now adds google drive support (thanks to john martens for the inspiration and testing).  while google drive lets you save your file locally, it keeps it in a private area of the sd card so that you cannot normally access it except via the google drive app.  if you use the send file option in google drive, you can now use attachsave to copy that file out of the private app area and into your public storage area somewhere. enjoy! posted in android, attachsave, promote | tagged apps, attachsave | leave a reply android’s preferenceactivity for all api versions posted on wednesday, july 4th, 2012 by uncle code monkey 29 i have spent the last few days learning about how to use the new android preferencefragment which requires preferenceactivity to override a new v11 (honeycomb) method called onbuildheaders().  unfortunately, the documentation is not very clear how one would create a single preferenceactivity that could play well in all versions, utilizing the newest features if you have it and avoiding an app crash on older android versions. i encountered several solutions to this issue by creating two different activities for the two different mechanisms requiring two entries in your androidmanifest.xml file.  having two different preferenceactivities means if you have library code that extends that class, you now have to duplicate it.  then, if your app descends your library class, now has to be duplicated yet again.  the end result is … less than ideal. continue reading → posted in android, code snippet, tips & tricks, xml | tagged android, fragments, launcher activity, legacy support, preferences, settings | 29 replies file browser 7.8 released! posted on monday, march 26th, 2012 by uncle code monkey 1 i have just published my latest file browser release, version 7.8!  the app is available on a variety of markets, but you can also download it from here if you like. lots of little improvements and bug fixes along with a couple of new features. you can read about all the change details over in the changelog. the biggest changes are that  thumbnails are now being cached for 3 days and the new option to “use full screen” which will hide the notification bar (aka status bar). the “use full screen” option is only available to android pre-3.0 since you cannot hide the notification bar in 3.0 and 4.0+. thanks to all my translators for helping me with this update and a special thanks goes out to raffaele dell’aversana for translating the entire app into italian! i hope you all enjoy using it as much as i do. =d posted in android, file browser, promote | tagged android, apps, file browser, release | 1 reply android’s oncreatecontextmenu() called with no contextmenuinfo posted on sunday, march 25th, 2012 by uncle code monkey 1 i recently had an exception report from an eeepc using a mouse which caused the following code to give a nullpointerexception: public void oncreatecontextmenu(contextmenu amenu, view aview, contextmenuinfo amenuinfo) { adapterview.adaptercontextmenuinfo themenuinfo = null; try { themenuinfo = (adapterview.adaptercontextmenuinfo) amenuinfo; } catch (classcastexception e) { return; } file thefile = myactivity.getlistitem(themenuinfo.position); //...snip rest of code... } the only way that themenuinfo would be null in order to cause the nullpointerexception is that the passed in amenuinfo was null — and that is not supposed to be the case. i am not quite sure how such an event occurred. it could be a result of “right-clicking” on a spot where there is no list item shown, except that the behavior in that case should have not resulted in a context menu since there is no item there at all. while i should not have to protect my code against a null being passed in for the required contextmenuinfo parameter, i have to live in the world that is, not the world of should. who knows, maybe this is the start of a trend where “right clicking” on the “white space” of a list will pass in null for that parameter and cause a completely different menu to popup for quick actions that provide the same functionality as clicking on the menu button and choosing some deeper submenu from that list. then again, it is probably just a bug in the os and will be fixed at a later point in time. either way, it’s best to protect against null parameters even if they should never be null. my new code: public void oncreatecontextmenu(contextmenu amenu, view aview, contextmenuinfo amenuinfo) { adapterview.adaptercontextmenuinfo themenuinfo = null; file thefile = null; try { themenuinfo = (adapterview.adaptercontextmenuinfo) amenuinfo; thefile = myactivity.getlistitem(themenuinfo.position); } catch (classcastexception cce) { return; } catch (nullpointerexception npe) { return; } //...snip rest of code... } if you know why the contextmenuinfo parameter is sometimes null, please feel free to share the reason as i know several developers that would be interested in it besides myself. posted in android, code snippet, rant, tips & tricks | tagged context menu, exceptions, listview, mouse event | 1 reply sd card speed class explained posted on tuesday, february 7th, 2012 by uncle code monkey reply what class memory card to get for the nexus one i was on the google help forums this morning and i read a post by a guy who said he was getting a 16 gig class 6 memory card for his nexus one so i figured i would come on here and explain why this individual is spending more money than necessary. there are two things you need to consider when buying a memory card.. size speed i think most people understand size numbers. the bigger the number, the more music, pics, video, etc you can store on the card. speed on the other hand is a bit of a mystery to some.  continue reading → posted in android, promote, rant | tagged 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