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how to implement alljoyn in several activities of android?

asked 2014-06-22 20:56:43 -0700

gumuruh gravatar image

Sorry the question is quite general but the case is like this...

I have 2 activities (2 layouts) that each of them have similar usage. FirstActivity (showing the devices discovered). SecondActivity (showing the chatting between device A and device B).

My question is, is it proper if 1) I use one system alljoyn library call at one Activity only and then passing the object to the another activity.

or 2) should I put each Activity have its own alljoyn library call?

If i said alljoyn library call it means this code:

static {
        System.loadLibrary("alljoyn_java");
    }
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answered 2014-06-25 21:58:45 -0700

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If you're going to have multiple Activities in your app, my suggestion would be to put all of your AllJoyn code into an Android Service class, that way it is decoupled from the UI thread and your different Activities in Android. The Android 'Chat' example AllJoyn app has code that shows how to do this. If you follow this approach, you'll only need to make the call to load the library once (inside the Android Service class).

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