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  • Customization and installation services
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What tools do I need in order to customize / edit the product?

You need Android Studio. You can download it from here

What kind of images I have to use in order to be displayed within the app?

You have to attach FEATURED IMAGE to the posts.

What elements from the WordPress post are displayed in the application?

At the moment we are displaying the post’s featured image, textual content and some other elements like links, images and Youtube embeded videos. Please note that you won’t see a player within the app, but a clickable Youtube link, which you can play via the built-in Youtube Application.

I can’t access the plugin’s (JSON API) directory at http://mydomain.com/api/.

Please enable user-friendly permalinks in order to fix that.

How to change the package names, to my own?

Check the following reply: http://stackoverflow.com/a/29092698

There are some important steps like:

1) Step 5, where you have to update the build.gradle file with the new package name. By default Google uses com.example as basis and you have to explicitly add the item applicationId within the defaultConfig section.

2) Check the AndroidManifest.xml file for strings with the old package name. Just us the search feature.

3) Last but not least, clean the project from Build > Clean project

The app crashes, when I try to open an article. What is the problem?

The animation, which we are using to open the article could crash the app, if the image (FEATURED IMAGE) is too big. This happens, because the app needs a lot of memory to animate the image and if it’s too big, the phone may run out of memory, which will crash the app. So please use optimized images, when talk about the size. It’s good idea to have the images below 100 KB.

How can I delete the not used theme(s)?

You can delete the not used themes in two steps:

1. Open the res/values/themes.xml file and delete not needed theme(s), e.g.

<style name="pink" parent="AppTheme">
        <item name="colorPrimary">@color/category_title_pink</item>
        <item name="colorPrimaryDark">@color/category_title_pink</item>
        <item name="magazine_ab_background_light">@drawable/pink_ab_background_light</item>
        <item name="magazine_ic_drawer">@drawable/pink_ic_drawer</item>
        <item name="magazine_home_category_item">@drawable/pink_home_category_icon</item>
        <item name="magazine_home_drawer_active_arrow">@drawable/pink_home_drawer_active_arrow</item>
        <item name="magazine_home_drawer_arrow">@drawable/pink_home_drawer_arrow</item>
        <item name="magazine_ic_action_font_size">@drawable/ic_action_font_size</item>
        <item name="magazine_ic_action_overflow">@drawable/ic_action_overflow</item>
        <item name="magazine_ic_action_share">@drawable/ic_action_share</item>
        <item name="magazine_single_right_arrow">@drawable/pink_home_drawer_arrow</item>
        <item name="category_title">@color/category_title_pink</item>
        <item name="selector_list_item_categories_arrow">@drawable/selector_list_item_category_arrow_pink</item>
        <item name="selector_list_item_categories_textview">@drawable/selector_list_item_category_textview_pink</item>
        <item name="android:logo">@drawable/pink_ic_launcher</item>
        <item name="round_logo">@drawable/pink_about_rounded_logo</item>
    </style>

2. Before deleting the item, write on a paper the used image resource inside (e.g. @drawable/pink_ic_launcher) and then delete them from res/drawable-xxhdpi folder.

Please note that if you done it in a wrong way, you will break the app – so please be careful. We won’t be responsible if you didn’t perform it as we described.

How to hide the date label?

Open res/layout/details.xml file and look for the following element:

         <TextView
                android:id="@+id/textview_date" 
                android:layout_width="wrap_content" 
                android:layout_height="wrap_content" 
                android:padding="16dp" 
                android:textColor="@android:color/darker_gray" 
                android:background="@android:color/white" 
                android:textSize="16sp" 
                />

You have to add additional attribute (android:visibility=”gone”), which will hide the TextView element from the user interface:

        <TextView
                android:id="@+id/textview_date" 
                android:layout_width="wrap_content" 
                android:layout_height="wrap_content" 
                android:padding="16dp" 
                android:textColor="@android:color/darker_gray" 
                android:background="@android:color/white" 
                android:textSize="16sp" 
                android:visibility="gone" 
                />

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