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01-26-2013 05:07 AM
I am starting to use Webworks to develop apps for playbook and it seems that the first step is troublesome. I have followed the first tutorial on making the hello world application with geolocation.
On the ripple emulator, it works fine. But when I install the app on the playbook (using debug token), it is not working with the geolocation. There is no prompt at the first launch that asks the user to allow access to gps or something like that. and when I touch the button "Get coordinates", no thing happened.
I hope some body can help me figure what is wrong with this. There is no error message to show, it is just not working, nothing happened.
One more thing if it could help, when I used the command line to install the app, I have to do it twice in order for the app to be successfully downloaded to the playbook.
Thanks very much for any help.
01-26-2013 06:20 AM
Check your config.xml for permission https://developer.blackberry.com/html5/documentati
and ..the GPS on Playbook is NOT fast.. Use your App under wifi near a open windows
01-26-2013 09:44 AM
I figured out that the permission request only appears for the very first time the app is launched, even when I uninstall and then reinstall the app, the request would not appear again. That is to my understanding.
The GPS thing is still not working.For the record, I am sitting next to my window when testing the app. Maybe the GPS does not work that well.
I still do not know why I need to do the installApp command two times for my apps to be successfully downloaded to PB. Two weeks ago, everything worked fine, but after the debug token expired then errors sometimes occur during the installation process.
If you know what could cause this issue and how to solve it, please let me know.
Thanks very much.
01-26-2013 10:10 AM
When you deploy you return errors in the log?
For checking your GPS use GPS Test from App World (download is free)
If you can do a screen capture, or copy and paste the console during deployment..
01-26-2013 10:02 PM
Thanks Zukka, the GPS works very well and so does the Hello World with geolocation app. All I did was to go outdoor instead of sitting next to the window.
Below is the command line that I used to install the app.
dk\bin>blackberry-deploy -inst allApp -password 123456 -device 169.254.0.1 -package D:\Blackberry\WebworksProje cts\HelloWorld\bin\HelloWorld.bar Info: Sending request: Install Info: Action: Install Info: File size: 419651 Info: Installing ... Info: Processing 419651 bytes D:\Blackberry\WebworksSDK\bbwp\blackberry-tablet-s dk\bin>blackberry-deploy -inst allApp -password 123456 -device 169.254.0.1 -package D:\Blackberry\WebworksProje cts\HelloWorld\bin\HelloWorld.bar Info: Sending request: Install Info: Action: Install Info: File size: 419651 Info: Installing ... Info: Processing 419651 bytes Info: Progress 100%... actual_dname::HelloWorld68e19f0f4ca72a15e05cc22786 f8e6.testDev_cc22786f8e615e3ed d7 actual_id::testDev_cc22786f8e615e3edd7 actual_version::22.214.171.124 result::success
As you can see, the first time I run the command, it stops at Processing 419651 bytes, I have to run the command again for it to work, and this happens all the time, I do not know what causes it. It just happened recently.
01-28-2013 05:54 AM
If you deploy another Apps, you have the same problem?
So, when you build the App, you have warning or error in build?