hi if i buy it can you upload it for me ?
No, sorry, we’re not offering app store publishing service, but you may easily find some freelancer who does this service on Envato Studio: http://studio.envato.com/
in new update, why the created monsters from past are not appeared in nearby? seems have to create new monsters again
do you get an alert after running the app that tells you the a demo Monsters class has been created?
yes, and commented the line as it was written in the comment
ok, so does your device get your current location? you should get a logcat message like ‘currLocation: [your location data]’.
We’ve tested the update and it works fine, also because we have only added a Facebook login button and added some code for push notifications in Nearby.java -> onStart(), without changing the original code to get your currentLocation.
already my previous update was about last september
we’ve updated this app in Oct 2016 and Jan 21st 2017 too, you should compare your own version with the updated one, especially Nearby.java file, make sure that your Nearby.java file has the same code as the updated one.
1- Can I change Monsters, Monsters name
2- If someone find monster, is it deleted from db? No find for another user?
3- For exm. I collect 250 points? Where is it calculated and save? In parse or phone?
I will add barcode system this app. Application will generate barcode depends on my point. After scan with another device, get the points. Is it easy to action in parse, I never use it.
1. Yes, but you’ll have to change the “Monsters” green string into Configs.java before running the app
2. deleted from your database, the Parse Dashboard.
3. points get saved in your database, not locally
4. you should get familiar with Parse SDK, check the guide here, it’s easy: https://parseplatform.github.io/docs/android/guide
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