[SoC] GSoC'13 OpenTripPlanner-for-Android Weekly Report #6
positron96 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 29 05:13:23 PDT 2013
On this GSoC I am writing an application for Android which will have maps
based on OpenStreetMaps tiles. I haven't started on the map part yet and am
still choosing the right framework for that. Could you say why did you
chose Google's API? I am now looking at osmdroid (
http://code.google.com/p/osmdroid/) api and it looks rather promising - and
does not include any hassle with Google API keys.
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 7:18 AM, Vreixo González <vreixo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm sorry for the late report but I made it this way because I wanted to
> get some things finished.
> *What did I do this week?*
> In the first part of the week I made same improvements to the UI and
> repaired some bugs. On the second part I have created a new branch and
> started started to implement Maps API V2. Also I have made an updated list
> of my objectives and priorities, in agreement with mentors.
> Regarding the first part:
> - I have created an AsyncTask to perform an operation that blocked the UI
> for a few seconds. I have added also the necessary UI parts to inform about
> how this task performs.
> - I have worked on another task that needed some changes to inform of his
> results and progress. Also there was an error regarding the dialogs of
> tasks, that crashed app on pressing back.
> - I have corrected the date of refreshed servers, changing all related
> classes to use a Timestamp and avoid problems with locales.
> Regarding the maps API V2:
> - I have managed to get the map showed on the app using new API.
> - I have added support to change between different OSM tiles, defined in
> resources, through settings.
> *What will I be working on next week?*
> - Continue with the adaptation to API V2, replacing some problematic parts
> of the actual code by services provided by the API.
> - If I can finish first part, make some UI improvements and develop a
> correct management of app's lifecycle.
> *Did I meet with any stumbling blocks?*
> - It was a nightmare to get maps API V2 showing the map and get rid of
> the error contacting Google servers. I have lost many hours dealing with
> keys, permissions and imports.
> Kind regards,
> Vreixo González
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