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Android Studio Project Structure (v.s. Eclipse Project Structure)
The mystery: Android Studio's Project Structure and Build System I don't know if this is because of the Gradle Build System (I'd wager it is), but I'll tell you what I've understood so far. Update 4: 2014/09/11 Added Cheat Sheet for BuildTypes, Flavors and Variants(I finally feel confident to write this :D) Update 3: 2014/09/11 Updated the comparison workspaces and projects to be precise Update 2: 2014/04/17 Added more detail to AS project structure Update 1: 2013/07/29 Added IntelliJ Project Structure The IntelliJ's Project structure (shown at the end) is for IntelliJ with the android plugin. The Android Studio, however, has a project structure divided like so: Structure: Projects and Modules module in Android Studio is like a project in Eclipse project in Android Studio is like a

Categories : Android

Change project file structure after migrating from Eclipse to Android Studio gradle structure
While migrating your project from Eclipse to Android Studio, no change have been done on project structure. The only that have changed are new .iml and .gradle files. Your java code stays in project/src/ folder, and has not been moved in project/src/main/java folder (like in a new created project from AndroidStudio). Your AndroidManifest file also stays in the project/ folder and has not been moved in project/src/main/ folder (like in a new created project from AndroidStudio). At migration, the build.gradle file is customized in order to be able to compile with the old structure is described in the gradle documentation : Configuring the Structure For a new created project in AndroidStudio, the sourceSets part of the build.gradle file : sourceSets { main.java.srcDirs = ['src/java']

Categories : Android

Add Mobile Backend starter to existing project
If you have an existing project created from cloud console, then you can deploy the mobile backend starter for it from the project page. If you are not seeing the option, then possibly, it is collapsed as below: If you click that, you should be able to see the mobile backend option or photofeed app option, which are horizontally scrollable

Categories : Android

How to create the best Android app project structure with Android Studio and Gradle?
You should look at the multiproject example for the layout attached in the doc. http://tools.android.com/tech-docs/new-build-system http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=YW5kcm9pZC5jb218dG9vbHN8Z3g6NDYzNTVjMjNmM2YwMjhhNA Essentially you want a top level settings.gradle that tie all the pieces together. Ideally they should be in one single git repo to make your life easier. However you probably can use symlink to tie them into a common build repo that contain your top level settings.gradle.

Categories : Android

glass java starter project on appengine localhost
Instead of "localhost", try creating a host entry in your %SystemRoot%system32driversetchosts file (eg. devserver.example.com 127.0.01) When testing, you can disable Chrome cache by going into devtools and clicking the settings gear.

Categories : Google App Engine

Custom old Android project structure in Gradle
Assuming you have define your flavors like this: productFlavors { flavor1 { ... } flavor2 { ... } } You can modify the sourceSets of each flavor android.sourceSets.flavor1 { java.srcDirs = ['src_flavor1'] resources.srcDir = ['res_flavor1'] } android.sourceSets.flavor2 { java.srcDirs = ['src_flavor2'] resources.srcDir = ['res_flavor2'] } I hope this help... (don't hesitate to add more details about your problems since it will help us to help you) Last remark: according my experience, Android-Studio is not very stable yet and not full-featured yet regarding gradle<-->IDE sync. So I strongly suggest you to always test your gradle scripts from the command line.

Categories : Android

Android Studio open project structure fail
Not yet. Currently Android Studio follows (Google) Gradle Android project structure so by default <project root> <src> <main> <java> <res> <instrumentTest> <java> <res> If your project structure is different you can fiddle with it adding android { sourceSets { main { manifest.srcFile 'AndroidManifest.xml' java.srcDirs = ['src'] resources.srcDirs = ['src'] aild.srcDirs = ['src'] renderscript.srcDirs = ['src'] res.srcDirs = ['res'] assets.srcDirs = ['assets'] } instrumentTest.setRoot('tests') } } to match old project structure. For full documentation ho

Categories : Android

Android Studio "Project Structure" window not working?
Before Android Studio, IntelliJ Android plugin users used to use the Project Structure dialog to add/remove modules from their projects. Android Studio aims to have a single model for building your application from both the command line and from the IDE. So if you have to modify the project structure, the correct way to do it is to modify your build.gradle (and/or settings.gradle) build scripts and reimport the project. Eventually (within a few months), Android Studio will hook up the project structure dialog to automatically edit the gradle build scripts for you, or will provide a different UI, just like the error message says. You'll find the gradle plugin user guide at http://tools.android.com/tech-docs/new-build-system/user-guide to be helpful in figuring out how to add libraries to

Categories : Android

"Google Cloud App Engine Messaging Starter" Project works fine locally but not deployed
Figured it out. 1) You must run the index.html from the InternalWebBrowser of Eclipse. You can bring up the InternalWebBrowser by selecting in Eclipse ==> Window->show view->other->general->InternalWebBrowser. 2) Then paste in your Application Default Version URL from your google App Engine "Application Settings" view. 3) Probably can do all this from a better browser but Windows 8 Pro 64-Bit Internet Explorer was giving me the problem in the first place. It wouldn't execute the endpoint.sendMessage code. Why, don't know right now. Maybe microsoft's Azure is jealous, ha.

Categories : Java

Two almost similar Android projects having same project structure in eclipse not installing in my phone
You can't install two apps with the same package name: package="com.jungle.main" Change one of them and you'll be fine. See also: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/manifest-element.html#package

Categories : Android

Android Backend Starter setFilter
Filters are case-sensitive, in the Guestbook example: cq.setFilter(F.eq("MESSAGE","fabulous")); -> This won't work... don't let Google Cloud Console fool you. cq.setFilter(F.eq("message","fabulous")); -> This will work... don't know why is case sensitive. Let me know if this was the problem.

Categories : Android

Mac Error Create Android Project - "Errors running builder 'Android Resource Manager' on project"
workaround 1. create the project android create project --target [target-id] --name MyFirstApp --path [path-to-workspace]/MyFirstApp --activity MainActivity --package com.example.myfirstapp 2. import the created project in Eclipse

Categories : Android

How to use jars from a Java Project in an Android project transitively over the included Android library?
I think you should be able to go to the properties of your Android library project, go to Java Build Path, switch to the tab Order and Export and select the java library so that it is exposed to the Android project that uses the Android library.

Categories : Java

Knockout.js Project Structure
Knockout is not direct competition to the Angular framework, it is more like small library for data binding in MVVM style than full framework for building single page apps. Please have a look at Durandal (http://durandaljs.com/), which is based on Knockout and provides composition based on recommended project structure and many other parts for successful implementation of single page apps (router, dialogs, tooling, build process, amd support etc...) similar to Angular or Ember.

Categories : Javascript

MVC Layered Project Structure
I think if you are going to use the repository pattern you should consider your repositories as aggregates to me doing a repository could have some level of abstraction which is fine but doing it that way could lead the repositories to be Entity Centric and sometimes that makes difficult to communicate with other objects that belongs to the same aggregate root. I had that dilema some time ago, instead of using repository(T) I ended up using methods(T) inside the "generic repository" which made me a lit of bit easier to operations with other objects that belongs to the aggregate root (I did this because that suited good to me but it doesn't mean that will suit good to you, I'm putting this example to the table just for you to take it into consideration), you can take a look to this quesion

Categories : C#

How to correctly structure a java project
You pretty much answered you own question: namely how you want it; Easily navigable is a subjective requirement. It depends on how you like it. Of course there are standards on how to do this and certain folders are required and if you are new I can surely advise to use the recommended structure by android. Following recommended file structure is conventionally a good idea. Maybe this link can help you: http://developer.android.com/tools/projects/index.html Also to add, I personally prefer to group different parts of the application in different packages; so separate packages for view, model, DAO, database, etc.

Categories : Misc

How to Structure Jquery/Html project?
You could try <html> <head> <link href="your-css-file" /> </head> <body> <header> // header contents here </header> <section id="page" role="main"> // page contents here </section> <footer> // footer contents here </footer> <script src="your-js-file"></script> </body> </html> and then if you wanted to keep your jQuery for each section differently structure your js file like this $(document).ready(function(){ headerStuff(); pageStuff(); footerStuff(); function headerStuff(){ // do header stuff } function pageStuff(){ // do page stuff } function footerStuff(){ // do

Categories : Javascript

GIT clone one SVN project out of a multiproject structure
I think your best approach will be to use git svn to import the entire history into git, and then use standard methods with git filter-branch to split each subdirectory into its own git repository.

Categories : GIT

Gradle and Multi-Project structure
If you have folders matching that structure you can apply the same build logic to multiple projects. If your settings.gradle contains include ':project2:moduleA2' then ':project2' is also a project, and it can have its own build.gradle, in which you can write: subprojects { project -> apply plugin 'android-library' // more configuration } If you don't apply any plugin to ':project2' itself then this project simply won't output anything (which is probably what you want) but that way you can configure all its sub-project in a simple go. Then you can also have all your submodule put some logic that's specific to them You can also technically do that in project2/build.gradle if you want to keep it all in the same file. You can read http://www.gradle.org/docs/current/usergu

Categories : Android

Django Forum App Project Structure
Start by integrating your legacy database and then build the Admin site. You'll see how the model information is available to the Admin app and every other app you write. The key is to import models in your apps.

Categories : Python

classes from android project library not resolved in android project
Recently, Google updated its tools and it introduced some strange behaviour when using library projects. I'm not sure you're dealing with the same problem, but try this: right click on your library project, choose Properties in the menu on the left, click on Java Build Path now click ont the Order and export tab make sure "Android private libraries" and "Android dependencies" are checked. Do the same for your application project. After these steps, clean both projects and maybe your problem is fixed ;-) good luck!

Categories : Android

How to reference to library if it's not in project structure in Gradle?
CI builds should always share binaries via a binary repository (e.g. Artifactory or Nexus), not via a local repository. If you want to share the library as source, You can have two multi-project builds that both include the library as a subproject. Subprojects can be located anywhere on the file system; for details, see the "multi-project builds" chapter in the Gradle User Guide.

Categories : Android

Data Structure for Library Management Project
It depends on what you want to achieve(performance, extensibility, simplicity), the above operations can be implemented with simple data structure like array or linked list. I recommand using simple data structure to implement your application first. When performance become a problem, consider other data structures like Hashtable, AVL tree, etc.

Categories : C

structure of database of Ms project server 2010
I don't have a document for you... but I do have some code you may find helpful: MPXJ provides a database reader which will read project data from MS Project MPD databases, and Project Server SQL Server databases (they share a very similar structure). You can either use MPXJ itself abstract the mechanics of reading the data from the database, or you can dive in to the source to see how the tables and columns work, then produce your own queries. If you want to take the latter approach, you'll find the select statements from the various tables live in the MPD9DatabaseReader class. The result sets are processed in the MPDAbstractReader class.

Categories : Misc

Gradle productflavors sourcesets and old project structure
You need to first declare your flavors and then customize the sourceSets. What happens is that when you customize the sourceSets it created android.sourceSets.dev, but then when creating android.productFlavors.dev it attempts to create a matching android.sourceSets.dev and fails (because it's already there). We can't really know that the already created sourceSet is meant to be the same thing, so we fail rather than potentially using a sourceSet for that flavor when you meant it to be used for something else.

Categories : Android

How file structure comes in Laravel when developing a project
In Laravel 4, the file structure already exists in your /app folder. See: http://laravelbook.com/laravel-architecture/

Categories : PHP

Structure of big nodejs project - How to handle interdependencies
Edit: https://github.com/gagle/node-getmod I also had headaches to properly structure my first real and BIG node.js project. The biggest problem you have is the relative path used in the require() calls. It's a pain because these paths are relative to the current file, so you tipically have paths like these: ../../../a.js ./a/b/c/a.js ../../a/b/c/a.js All of them pointing to the same file. This is inhuman. Hard to read, hard to maintain. You shouldn't put your modules inside the node_modules directory and simply require the module by its name (require("a")) because this directory is used by third party modules. If you need to do maintenance tasks, like perform a full upgrade of all modules, deleting them and installing them again, etc. they are extremly easy and safe to do. If you put

Categories : Node Js

How to structure Node/Angular/Socket.io project?
I ended up creating modules/objects, importing everything into the app.js and passing them by reference to each other (when needed).. var mashup = require('./routes/mashupModule'), socket = require('./routes/socketModule'), browser = require('./routes/browserModule'); socket.init(server, browser, mashup); browser.init(socket, mashup); Not sure whether this is the best way to have some kind of separation in the code.. I am used to Java, and it sucks that in JS it is usually one big source file..

Categories : Node Js

Maven Multi-Module Project Structure
I would say multi-module project is better. In case of placing core service in the repository developers should care about versions. Developer1 needs the old service but Developer2 updates the service. Multiple branches also could be a problem.

Categories : Java

Tolven source to Eclipse project structure
Note sure of your Eclipse version. In 4.2, Select Window>Open Perspective>Other... and then CVS Repository Exploring. In the "CVS Repositories View", right click and select New>Repository Location.... Connection Type: pserver User: anonymous Host: tolven.cvs.sourceforge.net Repository Path: /cvsroot/tolven Use default port Click on OK. You should see something like this: You're going to want this to be an Eclipse Java Project. So create a Java project with separate source and binary folders. In the "CVS Repositories View", right click on the stuff you want to edit in Eclipse and select Check Out As.... Select ...into an existing project, then Next>. Now select the source folder of the Java project you just created. and Finish. You're probably going to want to move the non-Java files

Categories : Java

Maven Project Structure with Multiple Modules
Create a multi-module project (x) which contains a pom.xml with packaging = pom <project xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/maven-4.0.0.xsd"> <modelVersion>4.0.0</modelVersion> <groupId>test</groupId> <artifactId>x</artifactId> <version>0.0.1-SNAPSHOT</version> <packaging>pom</packaging> <modules> <module>x1</module> <module>x2</module> </modules> </project> and 2 regular (jar) projects (x1 and x2). This is how the project structure should look like x x1 ... pom.xml x2 ... pom.xml pom.xml The mai

Categories : Java

Xamarin studio folder structure issue in iOS project
Xamarin has two ways to setup files you want present in the iOS bundle: Put them in any folder, and mark the "Build Action" as "Content". Whatever directory structure you have in your project will be present in the main bundle. Put them in the "Resources" folder, with a "Build Action" as "BundleResource", this does the same as #1, but removes the "Resources" folder from the path present in the bundle. This is a nice place to put all images you want in the root of your bundle but would clutter up your project.

Categories : IOS

Multi Project Template folder structure incorrect
I don't think it's possible to add solution folders in the parent solution folder with vstemplates. However, you could try adding a wizard to your template that enables you to run custom code when a user creates a project from a template. Follow the instructions here and here, but basically you do something like this: Implement the IWizard interface in a ClassLibrary-project and use EnvDTE80 to create the folders: public class MyWizard : IWizard { public void RunStarted(object automationObject, Dictionary<string, string> replacementsDictionary, WizardRunKind runKind, object[] customParams) { // Pseudo-code var dte = (DTE2)automationObject; var solution = (Solution2)dte.Solution; solution.AddSolutionFolder("References"); } // Defa

Categories : Asp Net

create-android-project.sh:line 103:/home/laschweinski/android/android-sdk-linux_86/tools/android:No such file or directory
Open create-android-project.sh file, you should see two line codes like this: NDK_ROOT_LOCAL="/home/laschweinski/android/android-ndk-r5" ANDROID_SDK_ROOT_LOCAL="/home/laschweinski/android/android-sdk-linux_86" Then what you just need replace these paths with yourself's paths, as mentioned in your post NDK_ROOT_LOCAL="D:AndroidGameToolAndroid-ndk" ANDROID_SDK_ROOT_LOCAL="D:Softwareadt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130522sdk"

Categories : Java

How-to deploy to application server web project with non-webproject structure (within Eclipse)
OK, i will answer my question myself. Basically this situation can be solved by creating a new dynamic web project with the required structure and then using Linked folder functionality of eclipse.

Categories : Eclipse

Eclipse java project where directory structrure != package structure
This is not possible in Java, the runtime system always looks for a/b/c as directory structure for a specific class in package a.b.c. See http://docs.oracle.com/javase/specs/jls/se7/html/jls-7.html#jls-7.4

Categories : Java

How to structure javascript test project for team foundation service
Thanks to @Matthew Manela the issue is solved. Because of the way I structure my test in the solution directory they end up being moved around in the drop folder of the build. I added two reference comments, one to work locally and one to work relative to the way files are laid out in the drop folder. Now it all works as it should locally and during the build. If you want to avoid this duplicate reference pay close attention to where you create your test project, and put it in the same directory as your web project.

Categories : Javascript

python django project and folder structure (differing from WAMP)
Apache is just web server, it is used to serve files, but to make a website you do not necessary need it. Django comes with its own development server. See : python manage.py runserver Apache is required when you are developing PHP websites because your computer do not know how to compile and interpret it. But for Django, you use the Python language, and you have already install it if you are using Django. Read https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.5/intro/tutorial01/ And where it will be the time to set up your own server using Apache look at : https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/howto/deployment/wsgi/modwsgi/.

Categories : Python

Project structure to use jquery ajax in spring mvc using json data in eclipse
First, I think it's easier to start with Maven, create a WAR project, and use that to generate the Eclipse project files, which you can then import. This has the advantage of allowing Maven to not only create the correct folder structure, but also let it manage your dependencies. There are plugins for Eclipse that help you work with Maven, and you should be able to find lots of How-Tos using Google. Otherwise, you would have to create a project type that generates the WAR, one of which I believe is a Web Project, and layout the folder structure manually. After you have the proper folder layout, you will need to setup your web.xml to enable Spring, add your Java classes and view files (html, jsps, whatever), and build a WAR. The final step would be to deploy that WAR to a web container

Categories : Json

Is Default Xcode 4.6.3 New Project With Cocoa Application Template Structure Recommended?
One of the first things I do is rip that window out. I was expecting to see a files like MainWindow.h, and MainWindow.m subclassed from NSViewController. View controllers are not windows, and windows are not view controllers. What I do (after deleting the window from the MainMenu nib) is create a window controller subclass, using the Objective-C Class file template and enabling the “and a nib, too, please” option (which appears when the superclass is NSViewController or NSWindowController). (Don't forget to select the nib afterward and click the button in the File Inspector to make it localizable, since Xcode doesn't do that by default for some reason.) In the implementation of the subclass, I have something like the following: @implementation MyWindowController - (instancet

Categories : Xcode



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