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Posted 14 Jul 2015Please supply some form of code related to your issue.
Without the code, I'm guessing that you've set the ImageView as a child to the Toolbar widget, correct?
Posted 11 Jul 2015The error says that it's looking for the key, so yes.
Posted 11 Jul 2015Please remember this is a volunteer forum and folks come and go as they are. Needlessly bumping your thread you created yesterday to force folks to answer is frowned upon.
With that said, I think you should take a look at the keystore documentation
Posted 11 Jul 2015If you absolutely need and mobile app, when you can still store the data in an external MySQL database.
The app will make requests (database querys) via php-script on your server.
I'm a bit fan of sending the response in json format, but xml will work just as well.
Don't forget to be foreseeing, so you don't need to update the app so often.
Like, in the future, would you maybe want to group the achievements?
Then you should have a table for different groups and link that with the achievements-table.
You would also want to implement grouping in the view that's going to display the achievements on the mobile device.
Stuff like that.
As you're familiar with design and databases already, then you should get where I'm going at.
Start with the design:
-Database structure (Yes, i consider that a type of design)
Then start making the design for the app (in xml)
When that done, and only then, you can start with the php-script to handle the requests.
Then move over to making the app send the requests and parsing the response.
As the layout is already done, you'll then be able to start populating the views with the data when needed.
Hope this helps.
Posted 11 Jul 2015Maybe it would be easier to use a SQL database or serialization with custom object?
I'd go with a SQL database
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