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Which SDK?

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Which SDK did you use to develop for the i425? I dont seem to find anything on the i425 on motorola's development page?

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The i425 SDK is there; but the phone itself is crippled. It does not allow a lot of the options to be used - such as battery and other classes. It appears they left a lot of classes out of this build.

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I never found a 425 sdk, but i finally got the i830 to work with netbeans. It was a pain! And afaik as long as you steer clear of the missing classes the i830 works. But I finally got something built that works on the phone and pulls gps coordinates yay! Working on something pretty cool, but I'm way too busy with work and school to make anything big happen. Works ok for personal use though.

I really like accutracking it does a lot I'm using the first month trial and it has shown it to work well, but using mologogo (which i like too but it likes to crash a lot) and alt url i actually get to work with the data myself. And working with some php code gives some pretty cool functionality via my web browser on my blackberry.
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Re: Which SDK?

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Congrats to your project and please don't hesitate to let us know any features you'd like to see in AccuTracking.
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Re: Which SDK?

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Mainly what I would like to see is a much better mobile client/browser.

Main differences between how I store data and Accutracking stores data.

I merge together "duplicate locations" (basically anything submitted within .05 miles + the accuracy value taken from the GPS reading from the last point submitted) as a count. Right now I submit a point every ~3 minutes, temporarily a stop is defined as point with a count of 3 or more.

My page uses the WURFL database to determine the size of the mobile screen. In the screenshots, it recognizes a desktop viewer and uses the google maps maximum static size of 500x500. In the future desktop users would obviously get the fully interactive map, but this was a test of making a mobile page. Size of the map can also be forced using the URL GET variables x and y.

Things to note:
[*]The coordinates are in a <textbox> this makes them very easy to copy/paste in to google maps from my blackberry if I want to navigate or get directions to the point.

[*]You dont need a magnifying glass to read the map on a blackberry curve with a decent size screen, the map automatically fills the screen, you can zoom

[*]You can pick any of your stops, center on it, and zoom in to any level, all VERY easy from a mobile browser.

[*]The redirect option instead of showing you this screen, it simply forwards you to the actual static google image allowing you to zoom in w/ the blackberry (you could also go in to select mode highlight the image and copy the url and paste it, using redir=1 is much easier)

[*]I have not implemented moving around the map using arrows (see the static mobile google maps, they do a great job of this)

Screenshots of what i have done:
Sorry for the poor quality, trying to make the sizes smaller.
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Tell me what you think, are there any plans to implement something similar?

The Yahoo static maps suck imho.
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I will also eventually add a "History" link that shows all of the points along a path, but in case you couldn't tell from the map, the tinyred are points, the midblue are stops, and the green a is the end point. "A" will always be the end point, "B" will be the next most recent stop, etc.
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I think you did a wonderful job. We could add some of those soon such as textbox coordinates, auto map size. I'll PM you about your other ideas if you register on this forum.
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Re: Which SDK?

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Done.
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