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 Post subject: Hi (from Indonesia)
Unread postPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2014 10:53 pm 
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I like BASIC language from BASICA till Visual Basic and VBA (Visual Basic for Application).
I hope I can use BASIC! to develop app for Android.

Sincerely,
Fitrianto Halim.


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
Unread postPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2014 12:57 am 
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Well, it depends on your device. For instance, if you are stuck on Android 4.1.2 like I am the exit button does not work. So my app is just a collector's edition. However, other than the overheating problem for my particular device using this language it is good. So I give it a 90% - A


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
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I use Samsung Galaxy Sii.
I found RFO BASIC when this morning I googling about "Simple BASIC",but Simple BASIC need computer.
You mean Back button to exit?
I have troubled when run sample about GPS coz the result still zero(s).


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
Unread postPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2014 1:18 am 
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I have used another app for programming on Android like Algoid, Py4A, QPython and AndroWish.
Algoid isn't a mature language programming.
Py4a and QPython good for socket programming,but has troubled in database (SQL).
Py4A isn't good for GUI, but QPython has included Kivy for GUI.
AndroWish has supported socket programming and SQLite,but isn't good in GUI.
I don't know for RFO-BASIC,COZ I installed it this morning.


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
Unread postPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2014 1:47 am 
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Sockets routines are powerful, I use them for my BASIC! Launcher.

SQL doesn't have any flaws too as far as I can tell (long time I didn't use database, but other users did and when they had a problem in their transaction, we always found a solution or workaround)

As for GUI, we don't have an embedded designer yet, but you can create advanced HTML5/CSS3 GUIs with jQuery Mobile for instance, and embed them in RFO-BASIC! 's HTML mode and handle all interactions from within BASIC!

There are a lot of precious posts hidden in this forum, if you dig I think you can find everything for your needs.

Nicolas

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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
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Where I can get BASIC! launcher?
May be like Kivy launcher?
But after I installed Basic.APK, file-file with extension *.BAS will be associated to RFO-BASIC.
I think use HTML for GUI may be like Py4A,but can't work well on QPython.
Can I create like web server with socket programming on RFO-BASIC?
TQ...


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
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BASIC! Launcher, QuickAPK and AppBuilder can be downloaded at www.rfo-basic.com

You can absolutely create a web server using TCP sockets, I have done it for the Launcher but also QuickAPK WiFi agent and my app WAF (Wireless Android Framework, see http://mougino.free.fr)

Nicolas

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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
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tienkhoanguyen wrote:
the exit button does not work

As far as I know, the EXIT command works very well. I have a device running Android 4.1.2. I also have a Samsung device. I have no problems with either. Tien, if you can demonstrate a bug, write me a bug report I can use, and I will try to fix it. Please try not to scare our new forum users!

Fitrianto, welcome to our forum. I hope you have as much fun with BASIC! as I have.

To try to clarify Tien's statement: there is no exit button. He was talking about the EXIT command. EXIT is used to close both your program and the BASIC! app at the same time. You can learn more about it from the forum, or from the manual, De Re BASIC!.

- Marc


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
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Commonly to create server w/socket programming need thread (multitasking).
How to create thread on RFO BASIC?
TQ...


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 Post subject: Re: Hi (from Indonesia)
Unread postPosted: Sun Sep 21, 2014 9:09 pm 
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At www.rfo-basic.com we can find samples in APK.
How to convert BAS to APK?
TQ...


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