Projects

  1. random moment polling (QS)
  2. elastic behavior (QS)
  3. InnovativITLab:WheelShare/
    • consider C2D instead of polling
  4. automated creativity remote control
  5. add to public and private PIM

Discovering Ionic/Cordova

  • SRE steps (cf Principle)
    1. created ~/SandboxedReusableExplorations/ionic/
    2. installed ionic with dependencies via https://github.com/nraboy/ubuntu-ionic-installer
    3. started to follow http://ionicframework.com/docs/guide/installation.html
      1. created ionic.io account after started the build
      2. installed Ionic View on Android phone after started the build
      3. made an Android image via android avd
        1. terribly slow boot (1min black screen, several minutes on the Android splashscreen)
    4. found https://www.reddit.com/r/ionic/ while look for information on the slow boot time
    5. started in parallel (since the emulator was taking too long) Quick start from http://docs.ionic.io and trying https://apps.ionic.io in the WebView app
      1. without success, seemed limited to psuh/deploy/analytics...
    6. focusing instead on testing on a phone proper
      1. sending the apk from the build to the phone, worked
    7. using ionic serve to test in the browser
      1. nicely handles live reloading

From personal use

vogella.com Android tutorials

blundell's Notification-for-a-user-chosen-time

Hello World by CLI

Requires JDK, Ant, AndroidSDK

  • http://www.syscs.com/node/504
    • explains how to
      • create an emulator image with android avd ...
      • use a template with create project
      • compile with ant debug
      • send the application to it for testing with avd -s DEVICE install PATH/TO/APP.apk
      • use adb to connect to a device (virtual or not) to run commands

Elastic Behavior

blending PIM and QS via QRcodes

  • consider also for gamification

MVP

Test

  • generate QRcode via http://qrcode.kaywa.com with your server URL
  • take the QRcode after doing your action
    • open the targer URL
  • display result
    • grep " /RealLife" /webroot/var/log/lighttpd/access.log | awk '{print $4 " " $7}'

Generalization

Steps

  1. enter server URL
  2. enter habit to track
  3. pick type of expected input values
    1. optionally generate QRcode to put in the target locations
    2. optionally activate conditional reminders (mobile notifications)
  4. visit server URL of results

Technically

From YetAnotherTutorial

Social gatherings

To explore


Note

My notes on Tools gather what I know or want to know. Consequently they are not and will never be complete references. For this, official manuals and online communities provide much better answers.