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James Davis

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  1. You know that awkward moment when you fix an error, but someone else gets that error anyway? Awkward and painful, lol. I'm talking about the Reminders showing up half of the time problem. I get my reminders every single time. I'm looking into the problem, but it's not an obvious fix. The DevCup just officially ended, so I'll start designing Caroline for tablets soon, so stay tuned. You guys have been so helpful.
  2. Thanks for the feedback! Honestly, due to the time restraints, I kept it in portrait because I wanted to think about the landscape layout, and how it would relate to Tablets. I didn't want Caroline to simply flip to landscape, but to change to a better-fitting design.... which isn't hard, just didn't have the time before. But I do now! lol The log-in problem is a bit weird. Firstly, since the app is technically independant from "Evernote for Android", it will ask you to log in regardless if you're logged into the main app or not. Though, however, after you log in, Caroline should remember this and never ask you again (unless you empty your cache or something). And it's working on my phone just fine, so I'll have to look into it. THANK YOU SO MUCH for your comments. I will update the app soon (after the contest is over). It will definitely fit your tablets much better. Also, I will be releasing a version that's not attached to Evernote, that allows you to save reminders locally instead of saving each note to Evernote.... possibly a local/Evernote hybrid of some sort. I'll keep you updated.
  3. Thank you for the kind welcome! I really appreciate it. Yea, some of the other Devcup apps are amazing. I was so disappointed that a lot of the apps are not for Android, so I couldn't try them out, but they still look good.
  4. Has anyone been using the Android app, "Caroline"? ( Found here: http://devcup.everno...s/8744-caroline ). It's in Beta, so it's free to download there for the moment. I will probably charge for it on the Google Play marketplace after the Evernote Devcup competition ends, and after it's completely polished and improved on. It's an app that allows you to tell Caroline to remember something on the fly. She'll use your Evernote account to organize your thoughts for you, and show them to you whenever you like. I received a couple of suggestions on making it better, and would love to get some more feedback and critisisms on it. For instance, one suggestion I received was to give Caroline the ability to create lists without having to press record on every item (I've been working on it, but it's a Google-related issue I can't get around at the moment). I'd really appreciate any and all critisisms! Thanks in advance! ~ James
  5. Hey everyone, So, it is mentioned in the HelloEDAM project, as well as the readme and random parts of the interwebz. However, I haven't seen a concrete example of how to cache an AuthenticationResult. Can someone please give me an example of such? I would really appreciate it, thank you in advance! [i feel like the answer has been staring me in the face this whole time. I really hope that is not the case >__>] /** * Setup the EvernoteSession used to access the Evernote API. */ private void setupSession() { ApplicationInfo info = new ApplicationInfo(CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET, EVERNOTE_HOST, APP_NAME, APP_VERSION); // TODO Retreived the cached Evernote AuthenticationResult if it exists // if (hasCachedEvernoteCredentials) { // AuthenticationResult result = new AuthenticationResult(authToken, noteStoreUrl, webApiUrlPrefix, userId); // session = new EvernoteSession(info, result, getTempDir()); // } else { session = new EvernoteSession(info, getTempDir()); // } updateUi(); }
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