Hi, Attached is source code for an Android app I bought off a vendor. It was written in Eclipse. I tried to import it to the latest version of Android Studio and I received an error that a library was missing. This project will be to resolve the error, import it to Android Studio and give me the Android Studio project with all files so I can just open it and start my work. I do not have time to research how to resolve this. Thanks for considering my project. Error Message: * Project enmasse:D:\En Masse and New UI\Mobile app source codeClientCopy\Mobile app source code\Android version\EnMasse\EnMasse\Trunk\[url removed, login to view]:
Library reference ..\..\..\tpl\Source code movies\google-play-services_lib could not be found
Path is D:\En Masse and New UI\Mobile app source codeClientCopy\Mobile app source code\Android version\EnMasse\EnMasse\Trunk\..\..\..\tpl\Source code movies\google-play-services_lib which resolves to D:\En Masse and New UI\Mobile app source codeClientCopy\Mobile app source code\Android version\tpl\Source code movies\google-play-services_li
Hi, I am uploading an additional ZIP file that contains the missing libraries that the project in Trunk.zip needs. There is also a Word Document that explains how to set the project up in Eclipse. There is a file in the project called appconfig.java that has URLS to a web service. I can give you the URL to the web service on our server so you can update this for me please.
So this project will include the following
1. import all code to an Android Studio project
2. modify the appconfig.java per the Word doc provided so the app points at our web service
3. Compile project and make sure there is no compilation errors
4. provide New Android Studio project with all code back in zip format
28 Freelancer bieten im Durchschnitt $139 für diesen Job
Hello I have fixed all the problem and successfully converted your Eclipse project into Android Studio project. Here are some screenshots. [login to view URL]
Hi, I can do this easily. I have a lot of experience doing this kind of work. I have successfully converted many of many Eclipse project into Android STudio. Thanks.