A question - do you need to be connected to the internet any time during creating and testing application? I mean - can you just develop app from scratch using bada SDK and run it on your device without net connection?
Tested working totally offline (Wave+PC)
Simulator : works fine
Target : got manifest check error
Emulator : App starts and close after showing the splash screen
Target : App starts and close after showing the splash screen
I thought that my app didn't work on Wave because it needed internet connection but i was wrong...it closed also after connecting to the Wifi
I understand some stuff from this
1.Emulator=Target in case of 2.0.2 (but a bit slower)
2.Simulator of 1.2.1 had no security at all because it use x86 architecture (Useless builds of the app that can't be used on a real device)
3.Manifest has a secret key connects it to a server for the check before running on real device
then why the app didn't work at all on 2.0.w SDK !!!!
the app works under regular conditions but when i am offline it shows splash screen then exits !!!!
there must be some thing that is done online
maybe in the compiler itself !!!
I'd rather come with distance to things posted on forum owned by thief and crook.
Back on the topic - if I get it right - without internet connection it isn't possible to run application even on emulator, and the same result is obtained on device. While with internet connection it does works.
Is internet connection mandatory DURING starting application on device? Or only during loading it into device? Or I get something wrong?
Asking mainly because of curiosity. Again I'm stating I'm not the one to implement that.
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