Two Android examples using web services for data I/O. These are examples without a specific training manual at this time. In order to fully understand the WM environment and coding, we suggest you have taken our WD or WB training classes. Screen shots taken on the app running on the Galaxy Note 3 are below.
The first example is an app with the traditional data browse based on a looper and a maintenance form. Data I/O is performed using web services. As with our philosophy of keeping data access simple, the web services are very generic. In fact the same web servies used in this example can be used for any table in your database. There is no need to write a new web service for each table or database you need to access.
The second example is a Widget that raises notifications if a new record is added. The notification is displayed in the widget area as well as in the notification area. As a default, the widget checks for new records every 5 minutes. Of course this can be changed to any interval.
If the notification is selected, you will be taken to the update form.