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?
Though that won't address ios.
IMO without sbt 1.x support and scala not really supporting android as a target (only really supports jvm, native, and js), building android projects with scala is an uphill battle. It's a lot of fun, but it comes with a lot of downsides. It also makes it harder to attract experienced android developers.
True. I'm really looking forward to seeing what comes out of this group