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When is the Jira Mobile Connect for Android will be released?

Hi,

When is the Jira Mobile Connect for Android will be released?

Thanks.

Alex

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Josh Devenny Atlassian Team Nov 17, 2011

Hi Alex, Gregory,

We are currently working on an Android version of JMC and expect it to be ready for beta in the next month. The source is on Bitbucket:

https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/jiraconnect-android/overview

It is currently a pre-release version and still needs further development. If you are eager to help, please feel free to fork the code and create a pull request for any changes that you make.

Gregory, you mentioned that we may ask you to beta - if you are willing to help us out by testing the Android version when it is ready, that would be great.

Cheers,

Josh

Hello,

 

how are you?

 

Will it ever be released ?

 

THANKS!

Any update on Android SDK for Jira Mobile Connect. We need official support for android applications. i only see the last post from Jan 11.. 6 months any update?

We are about to launch an applicaiton in Web, iOS and Android.. Missing 1 key element.

Anyone?

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Josh Devenny Atlassian Team Jan 11, 2012

Hi Guys,

We need your help! Details are here:

http://blogs.atlassian.com/2012/01/help-build-jira-mobile-connect-for-android/

Cheers

Josh

Hi

Does the Latest JMC version 1.2.0 support Android SDK? Could not find related documentation

Hope someone could redirect.

Thanks

Bhupesh

Hiya! Yeah, we've been delayed by a change in requirements in the back-end data that feeds to the front-end device. Right now the back-end is not functional, but, within a week I think we're gonna want to test.

I'll get code in there next week and write up my experiences in the integration, and then proceed from there. Thanks!

G.

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Josh Devenny Atlassian Team Jan 04, 2012

Hi Gregory,

Just checking in with you on how your beta testing is going for JMC Android? I'd love to hear any feedback/problems/suggestions that you have!

We're still working on the crash reporting feature - I'll let you know if there are any updates

Cheers

Josh

Josh Devenny Atlassian Team Jan 05, 2012

Hi there,

There is already an early beta version of JMC Android out. You can find it on Bitbucket. https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/jiraconnect-android/overview

Are you after a 1.0 version before you integrate it with your app?

Cheers

Josh

Could you update this thread on when JMC Android is ready? We use it for iOS and we're releasing an Android version and this would be great.

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Josh Devenny Atlassian Team Dec 11, 2011

Sounds great! :) I will keep you posted when we have integrated crash reporting for the Android client. A few points:

My email is jdevenny@atlassian.com if you have any feedback/bugs. Thanks again for testing it!

Cheers,

Josh

I am all over it. I'm integrating Flurry/Admob in this first version, and will LOVE to put in JMC. I will turn off Flurry's crash reporting when you guys are ready. Tonite I'm setting up the OnDemand JIRA and will config it to have JMC talk to it etc. etc.

Do you have a sample "hello world" IOS app (with a "crash now" button? LOL) we can use to test JMC integration with JIRA?

There's no issue with OnDemand JIRA and JMC is there, that would be :(

We're looking at our pool of potential alpha/beta users, and the ones we have probably won't be able/willing to load an APK the hard way, so, we're thinking of just soft-releasing and watching it intently. JMC would be a big help in this strategy.

G.

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Josh Devenny Atlassian Team Dec 08, 2011

Hi Gregory, Alex,

We have an alpha version of JMC Android up on Bitbucket - it only does feedback at the moment (no crash reporting). If you'd like to test it, it would be awesome - send through as much feedback as you want (the more the better). The install instructions are a little sparse, but we're working on them. You can find the source here:

https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/jiraconnect-android/overview

Cheers,
Josh

The benefits of the few outweigh the bugs of the many.

Hells yes I'll beta it, and here's why: like I said, QA on Android is a nightmare. I plan to use Flurry to get demographic info from the phones running this app as we soft-launch it. Small projects have even less resources than big ones, and this would be a great help.

Re: work: I am so "covered up" (SE Oklahoman expression for 'totally busy') [with work] relating to JIRA/Confluence its madness at work, and I'm working on this app at home :) BUT, I am a helluva debugger, having debugged through Google's disgusting spaghetti pile called "Google Spreadsheet/Docs/File" API for iOS, that included 900 classes, I think I can at least report good bug reports from JMC.

Do you think you want to beta it with full functionality, or, with some stuff turned off? (Progressive testing) Let us know!

Next app is the official licensed port of the 90's classic "SkiFree" for iOS and I'll need JMC for sure!

Additional thoughts:

  • They'll never tell us when its coming out, but..maybe...
  • ...they'll ask us to beta?
  • QA is a royal pain on Android, so this is WAY important compared to iOS

I would love to include this in my getting-ready-to-ship app! After this app I'll be going to a mix of iPhone/Android, and have made JMC a part of my strategy for support!

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