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02-17-2010 02:33 PM
Can the camera be controlled (picture or video capture) by using the web based approach? Once that is done I then need to forward that on to a server. Can both of these tasks be accomplished by using the web method?
02-18-2010 02:30 AM
We are working on a more simple "takeAPicture()" function that would just return you the file path of the picture they took, but it is not completed yet.
Alternatively you could wrap the Java camera APIs and use them in your widget. A lab showing how to wrap a Java API for your widget can be found here:
01-27-2012 06:29 AM
Has this new "We are working on a more simple "takeAPicture()" function that would just return you the file path of the picture they took, but it is not completed yet." been implemented yet?