Here’s a comparison…
That video’s title is, “Build an Electron App in Under 60 Minutes” …if you already have a Hype project that supports iOS or macOS, you could build an app with Wrapping in UNDER 60 SECONDS!
That’s not counting the time Xcode needs to built the app though. Maybe I should make a tutorial video for the “Wrapping” app.
While I’m not sure if I’ll be adding Android support to the “Wrapping” app, it is something I’m seriously considering. Here’s the short term roadmap for Photics…
Intensifies – WebVTT file creator (Captions /Subtitles)
Boroughs – a picture game
Setup Digital Downloads – I have Wrapping as a Hype Export script. I just have to figure out how to sell it, as it’s not suitable for the Mac App Store. I could just launch the script on FastSpring, but that wouldn’t be a way to manage possible updates to the script. I’m thinking of something through Photics.com to manage all the digital downloads – but the GDPR complicated the issue.
Hype 4 Book – The update is different enough to justify the creation of a new book
…and then I suppose that brings me to Android support for Wrapping. Heh, that should keep me busy.
Meanwhile, version 1.1.5 of the “Wrapping” app was released. It’s a minor update, to remove the minor warnings in Xcode version 9.3.1 (9E501) – and of course Apple releases Xcode 9.4 the very next day. Surprisingly, no errors / warnings were shown in testing. At least, not so far.
Eh, I didn’t feel like working on the other projects right now…
…as it is “the world’s most popular operating system”
Update: 5/31/2018 (Supplemental)
Wow, I must really hate Android. HA HA. That burning stomach pain is back tonight. Perhaps I should just go rest. I made great progress though. As much as I don’t like Google, setting up development for Android was less annoying than iOS. Still annoying, just less annoying. HA.
I have an old Samsung Galaxy Player… like old… like Gingerbread 2.3 old. I wasted some time trying to find the right USB cable, only to realize it’s too old to use for this project. It seems that at least Kit Kat is ideal, as that’s when WebView improved.
Android 4.4 (API level 19) introduces a new version of
WebView that is based on Chromium. This change upgrades
WebView will inherit these upgrades when running on Android 4.4 and higher.
Hype doesn’t have a setting for that though…
I was able to get an Internet based WebView going. That’s not really new though. I was able to do that last decade. Heh, the more things change… https://photics.com/a-first-step-installing-the-google-android-sdk/ …the more they stay the same.