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  1. I want to build a online "app builder" project that users can create android / iphone applications online without any coding knowledge. These sites are very common in market. They offer onclick app builder. I have skill in development of web applications using php frameworks. My question is How we can generate android apk from our server after getting the necessary information from user? (Appname, icon, packagename etc) PHP can do this entire task?, if yes any framework for that? Can you give me some basic tips to generate apk from our server? Can we genrate both android and iphone app from one single code? What are the requirements needed for the server? Anybody having skills in these areas, please help me. I need basic tips to get started this project. Thanks
  2. Hi everyone, I'm new here and i'm also new with coding in PHP. I have written one Restful Api based on one tutorial and i need Restful Api for connecting my Android application to server. I need some help with making this to work. I need to update user details. This is the code i'm using: class DbHandler { public function updateUser($id, $name) { $stmt = $this->conn->prepare("UPDATE users SET name = ? WHERE id = ?"); $stmt->bind_param("is", $id, $name); $stmt->execute(); $num_affected_rows = $stmt->affected_rows; $stmt->close(); return $num_affected_rows > 0; } } This is preparation statement for updating a existing user. Now here is a fragment of code from index.php where i'm calling all methods: $app->put('/user/:id', 'authenticate', function($id) use($app) { verifyRequiredParams(array('name')); global $id; $name = $app->request->put('name'); $db = new DbHandler(); $response = array(); $result = $db->updateUser($id, $name); if ($result) { $response["error"] = false; $response["message"] = "User updated successfully"; } else { $response["error"] = true; $resopnse["message"] = "User failed to update. Please try again"; } echoRespnse(200, $response); }); When i try to send request, i'm getting only this: { "error": true } Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  3. I have a php application that serves pdf downloads. It works fine on all devices and browsers with one small but really annoying side-effect (edge-case for sure) When I look at my download logs anytime the download is triggered from Chrome on Android it is called twice! Bizarre behavior and I can't figure it out. Some background: The download is a pdf that get's created on the fly. All requests get processed through my index.php controller. I was serving the request with javascript via: window.open('export?file=something_to_inform_the_controller'); Works great in all browsers and devices but android chrome triggers this twice. So I got wise and though maybe a direct link would work better: <a target="_blank" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123" download="file.pdf">DL link</a> or <a target="_blank" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123">DL link</a> or <a target="_self" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123" download="file.pdf">DL link</a> or <a target="_self" href="http://mysite.com/export?file=abc123">DL link</a> Nope, none of these flavors prevents android/chrome from double downloading. Then I researched my php header settings and tried: content-disposition: inline vs. content-disposition: attachment with no success Note, the download is logged when the controller processes the request for the download. I have duplicated download events for all downloads on android/chrome. It's strange that I have not found a solution online for this or maybe I'm overlooking something silly. Any ideas?
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