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Introducing DynaDroid

Posted on: April 25, 2010

We recently released our popular mobile travel application TripCase on Android, and though we liked developing with the Android framework more than iphone, blackberry, and winmo, we ran into some cumbersome concepts like the Android ActivityTripCase has many forms, work-flows, viewable and editable data, interactions with the device, and makes many calls to our Rails back-end server.  So in order to streamline our development efforts on Android we created a small micro-framework that we are now calling DynaDroid and would like to open it up to the Android community for use.

Here are some of the features you get with DynaDroid:

And here is what is coming:

And it’s very easy to get started…just checkout the DynaDroid source from the subversion repository found here.  The source is setup as an example Android application so all you have to do is import it into Eclipse or IntelliJ and just run it.

We would really like your feedback on the framework and if you have any questions or issues please visit the DynaDroid Google Group.


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