on sbt with "android:run" command i'm facing the "[error] no devices connected [error] (android:hasAndroidDevice) no devices connected" as i cannot debug it without using my phone connected with usb cable
Oh yeah, nice, thanks!It does compile and packages it into an .apk.I ashume i then transfer it on phone and run it there?
yes, you can do that
but it should work from intellij as well...
I don't know why it's complaining about <user_dir> and why it can't populate it
unless you're redacting it
The android:package solution is an acceptable solution for the time being!But i'll try to find the root cause of the above error (maybe deleting /.idea/ folder contents and restaring intallij will do the trick).Anyway i'll update with any findings!Thanks again for your valuable help!
it's been a long time. And it seems gitter didn't got better at all :)
@pfn you was looking for an svg logo?
@dant3 an svg logo? I haven't been working on this for a while, I don't remember what I was looking for :D
Hi , Does Scala 2.13.0-M5 support android ? or any version of 2.13
omg this channel is still alive :D
Hey guys, I know that this question has been asked a lot and it probably annoys you by now, but i want to hear your opinions about it. How's scala on android compared to something like Kotlin in terms of performance and deployability( i don't really care about compile times).
kotlin at the moment is much better supported
I cannot get the properties to show up in android studio
what to do?
CAn anyone help me how to make horizontal recyclerview flip paging lik e instagram videos right flip?
Hey guys. Can someone please help me? I'm trying to use sbt-android plugin with SBT 1.3.3 and it can't find the plugin
@YanDoroshenko there is no support for SBT 1.x. you need to use SBT 0.13.
what do I do if I hit an [error] java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Could not determine java version from '11.0.5'.
I'm trying to migrate from android-studio/gradle
hi! Starting a new android project (actually, it'll be part of a larger project written in akka on the server, scalajs on the client and I need an android portion as well) . So what's the status of scala on android? 6 years ago I was able to use scala successfully on android, but I imagine time has changed, and it doesn't seem like the community is very active on android. Where are we? What's the toolchain? which versions of sbt/scala/java should I use?
@fiatjaf hrm, java 11 isn't supported probably -- dunno if that's something fixable; I haven't been maintaining
@rleibman the community (here) is not active, obviously :(
So nobody is building android applications with scala then?
I haven't been tracking to see
Any recommendations for what to use instead? give up and use kotlin?