[aprssig] Android HUD Development
k5rud at arrl.net
Fri Jun 10 13:22:32 EDT 2011
I have looked at your code and the AVRS code but thanks for pointing it out.
I am thinking of a HUD more like the 2-3 line display for the standalone
HUDs. APRSDroid's display is not readable if my phone is mounted on the
dash. The text is to small.
I had to reset my phone the other day and lost the install of your app.
Does it support message sending? As I recall it doesn't.
(My emails aren't making it onto the list from k5rud at arrl.net for some
reason. Using a different account to see if it works. Stan & I are
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*Rud Merriam K5RUD
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On 6/9/2011 2:48 AM, Georg Lukas wrote:
> Hey Rud,
> * Rud Merriam<mocoares.ec at gmail.com> [2011-06-08 08:43]:
>> I am thinking of working on an Android based APRS HUD. Originally it
>> will be for phones but later be put on tablets. I know there are a
>> couple of other Android APRS's.
> Have you had a look at the other apps? Maybe there is no need in
> reinventing the wheel, after all? ;-)
>> I think a focus on messaging HUD is a different approach. I haven't
>> myself seen any HUDs or displays on APRS capable radios so am asking
>> for advice and suggestions. My approach is to keep it simple and
>> I have looked at Bob's web page about messaging and HUD.
> I have implemented the APRSdroid Hub view after reading Bobs design
> Maybe it is already going into a direction interesting for you. Is it
> missing some important information (besides of the the station icons)?
> APRSdroid is Open Source written in Scala. You can easily fork the
> project on github<https://github.com/ge0rg/aprsdroid> and start playing
> around if you don't want to begin from scratch.
> If you have questions regarding the code, feel free to ask me off-list
> or join #aprsdroid on the freenode IRC network.
> A map display is already integrated and functional as well... ;-)
> If you still want to start from scratch, you should at least use the
> APRS parsing code fromhttp://sourceforge.net/projects/avrs/ created by
> Matti, OH2MQK and John, AB0OO.
> 73 from Germany,
> Georg DO1GL
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