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2016-01-20 01:08:20 -0700 commented answer Connecting Windows and Android

ok thanks will have a look at them. :) thanks for all the help :)

2016-01-20 01:03:04 -0700 commented answer Connecting Windows and Android

Hi Mathier, Thats great. If it is possible can you please share your project, as it would be a nice reference to implement my project too. Thanks and regards Ajit :)

2016-01-20 00:09:31 -0700 asked a question Connecting Windows and Android

Hello Everyone,

I am working on a project to create two apps, one for the android OS and the other for the windows using the Alljoyn Studio Extension. Do I need to make any changes/additions in the code so that they are able to communicate? or Is it sufficient if my windows and android are on the same network(connected to the same router using wifi) and Alljoyn will take care of the communication?

All help is very much appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Best regards Ajit :)

2016-01-19 07:21:59 -0700 commented answer Where can I find the AboutClient Example for Java?

Thanks for the help, will look up the code :)

2016-01-19 06:50:24 -0700 asked a question Where can I find the AboutClient Example for Java?

Hi Everyone,

i am currently working on a project to interact with a Windows Alljoyn UWP App and an Android App, since the Windows Alljoyn App uses the About Announcement feature(Producer/Service) , i am searching for an AboutClient example for the Android App which will act as the client.

I went through the About Api Guide for Java avialble at the below link, but it was not very clear to me.

https://allseenalliance.org/framework...

Any suggestion will be more than helpful.

Thanks and regards Ajit :)

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2015-11-10 01:50:42 -0700 commented answer Simple Tutorials to start with

Thanks a lot. With regards to the SDK Downloads - what is the Platform "Source" ? is it the Linux based SDK?

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2015-11-09 01:20:05 -0700 asked a question Simple Tutorials to start with

Hello Everyone, I am very new to the allseen alliance and have no experience with linux. i have worked with arduino and have worked on c,c++ and c# previously and have some basic programming knowledge.

I am looking for some simple tutorials on getting started with the alljoyn applications.Being able to program and communicate between two devices using - Serial Communication,B luteooth or Wi-fi. The tutorials listed on the allseen alliance's website are a litttle difficult for me to understand. if there are some basic step-by-step guides for dummies from where I can learn it would be very helpful. I am here to learn and develop, even if the guides are using linux it is not a problem, i would be willing to learn them.

Any help in this regard is highly appreciated.

Thanks and regards Ajit :)

2015-11-07 02:46:18 -0700 commented question Tutorial Core - Namespaces 'ajn', 'qcc' does not exist -

oh ok thanks. But since it is under the Core tutorial i thought it can be used with the windows OS too. Since in the tutorial it refers to setting up your windows environment and then they provide code snippets from the hackfest project to discuss parts of the code. Isn't it that way?

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2015-11-06 03:43:43 -0700 asked a question Tutorial Core - Namespaces 'ajn', 'qcc' does not exist -

Hello Everyone,

I am very new to the Alljyon interface, very little or basic programming knowledge hence I am coming accross a lot of problems learnig how to program using the Alljyon libraries. I have started of with the Tutorial on Core as per the Allseen Alliance website https://allseenalliance.org/framework... I have cloned the hackfest project and I am trying to run the first_app under the tutorials section. Since this is not a VS2013 project file , I created a new c++ console window project and copied all the files into the new project. After setting all the libraries and the linkers as per the direction, i tried to compile the project and i got the following errors.(Actually i got a list of 100 errors but most of them are linked to the two errors below)

'ajn' : a namespace with this name does not exist
'qcc' : a namespace with this name does not exist

I am not sure if the method I followed is correct, any suggestions would be valuable. Also, if you can suggest how I can learn more or which examples to use - there are some sample programs which are present in the SDK but how exactly to use them and build small applications - if any examples or tutorials or videos are there it would be very helpful.

I am using a Windows7 OS, with VS2013

Thanks and regards Ajit :)