web app to an HTML offline app (e.g. offline SQLite database). But it
might be slow for ~1M records search - you need to test it. IMO, better
google on those specific topics and look for answer somewhere else.If
not you may just add active online connection as a requirement for the
app to function. If users will mostly run it from the office you may
assume they will have WiFi.Regards,G.
Hi guys,According to docs
this link should work on iOS and Android: "At this time, this deep
linking technique works only in iOS and Android
from what we just tested it only worked in iOS and only in Safari
(Chrome gives DNS error for dps. server), and only if the
app is already installed. Is there, please, some white papers ...
In case of the direct entitlement available for the magazine, one of the
possible scenarios for now is to add Android-specific HTML code with the
link/button to the website's subscription page, where then PayPal/Stripe
is used to collect subscription payments.
Thanks Nathan,This is what I thought as the size of the app didn't grow
substantially (what would happen in case of additional native machine
code) compare to the previously submitted 2016.7 build. And yes, it
doesn't affect submission of the build.
Hi AEM developers,Just submitted the new 2016.8 build and got this
warning (NOT the error) email message from iTunes Connect:Your delivery
was successful, but you may wish to correct the following issues in your
next delivery: Unexpected Machine Code - Your upload contains both
bitcode and native machine code. When you provide bitcode, it's not
necessary to include machine code as well. To reduce the size of your
upload, use Xcode 7.3 or later, or any other toolchain that removes
machine code. A...
> so asking them all to uninstall the app and reinstall it isn't an
option.- I know, but this wouldn't even work if it's a problem with
system cache - only restore device to factory settings will work BTW,
the web browser cache also could cause problems with the web app viewer.
Hi Jenn,Try to install and open it on another iPad that hadn't have that
app before (or the iPad that just was restored to factory default
settings). The problem might be in caching/updates propagating. So you
will at least see that it works on the "fresh" iPad.The cache is
system's iOS cache and it's different from the one you can clean from
the Settings->Name_of_the_App. To clean that cache you need to restore
device to factory settings.Thanks,G.
Hi Debbie,Basically you may think of collections/articles as folders and
files with the top level - "default" collection. File-article could be
copied in any folder. Folder also could be copied in any folder, so
flexibility is big as well as chances to have big problems with the
wrong/not carefully planned structure.So you may keep it the way you
like:1. Add the new "Back Issues" collection and add to it another
"Volume X, Number Y" collection, then move all the articles from the
first issue the...