hi there

I am urgently seeking a developer familiar with Android 3.x and Sybase SQL Anyhwere and Ultralite.

The project requires Android 3.2+ based handhelds/tablets (Samsung Note, Tablet 7) to capture photos, scan some barcode, allow drawing of a signature right on the screen (like UPS etc.), collect GPS data and manual data input. The application/data collection on the Android must be able to work online and also offline. It either must sync with a SA12 automatically when in reach and/or manually on demand in both ways.

As I have understood, Sybase offers now some support for Android with UltraLite?

We therefore have the development of a simple Android App to gather the manual data input into the local SA Ultralite and the sync to and from SA12.

The project is developed in Switzerland, near Zurich and South Africa, near George. There is no need for the developer to be there but it could help.

If you want to apply, please contact me and provide some details about former projects and your charge per hour.

CU Martin

asked 03 Mar '12, 14:10

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edited 04 Mar '12, 06:37

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Volker Barth

Yes, you can develop applications for Android using UltraLite. You use the UltraLiteJ API which provides you with a Java API to access the UltraLite C/C++ runtime. A tutorial is available in the online docs.

Have you considered contacting Sybase Professional services? I forwarded your question to them. Good luck and let us know of your success!

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answered 05 Mar '12, 09:16

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Please could you send me an email directly (email address is on my profile page)? I can provide you with some suggestions.

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answered 05 Mar '12, 15:21

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I seem to be blind ... but on your profil page (here), I cannot find an email address or any way to mail to you ... you can contact me on info [at] mindpower <dot> com. I'd appreciate that ...



(12 Mar '12, 21:20) Tinu
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FWIW, until you posted your response we hadn't seen your contact information as well...:)

(13 Mar '12, 05:13) Volker Barth
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