Informal Android Developer Meetup Weekly Meetup

  • May 26, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Android developers get together for informal discussion at the Red Rock Coffee Shop in Mountain View. Everyone is welcome, and you might want to bring a laptop to fit in with the rest of the group.

Stop by to talk about the mobile industry, debug some Android code, or just hang out with other techies and coders.

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  • Waleed A.

    Hi, and good day. We’re a start up working on improving the in-store shopping experience by reducing exposure to poorly trained sales associates, providing payment versatility, reducing wait times, providing real time availability and product info. Also, provide retailers with analytics and better marketing reach. We’re seeking an Android developer to join our team. We’re innovative problem solvers that think of the bigger picture, and we’re seeking the same.
    We're going through our first round of funding next month.

    May 26, 2014

  • Nidhi

    Hi All,

    I want to create an Android (and later IOS app) app that can work with ‘existing App Engine Backend’. Currently I'm stuck and need some help. I would appreciate your reply.

    One of my friends has created App Engine Backend using python and the API’s and discovery documents are available online using https://xxx.appspot.com/_ah/api/explorer. My friend lives in a different state and he is just working on App Engine Backend. The APIs are deployed already & my friend has created End Point libraries for Android & iOS

    Now I want to create an Android App and link to this existing App Engine Back End. 1. Is it possible to connect these to project remotely? Since backend and front end developers are in different states, using different workspaces. 2. Is (a) adding ‘API key & project number’ from existing App Engine project to my new android project & (b) copying End Point libraries; sufficient for app to connect to back-end?
    Thanks,

    May 23, 2014

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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