I was making a app in which I have many app shortcuts for some apps…so in that app I want to fetch if the required app is installed or not…if installed it will ope the app but if it is not then it will go to the website from the link given in global variables…but I am not able to apply the correct logarithm…can anyone help to solve this issue…
yeah I am using this extension to get the package names…but I want to get the specific app package name from it
Use this block to decode json, this block available in
connectivity > web
Used this block also…
I have just made a list by getting all the package names…but out of them there are some available in my app…do out of those I want to open the specific app from package name…
for example: I have Google shortcut in my app and I want to to fetch the package name of Google and open it… similarly other apps also
Ever heard about Package Utilities component?
Yeah I tried package utilities too but it can only say if the package name is installed or not…
But I want to select from a list of installed packages and open the selected one
just use the get list block and select one and launch it
extension link i mentioned above
But I am not able to pit the logic…I have saved some urls to some buttons…so if one button is pressed and it has a value then it will check whether the app is installed or not…if it is then open app else open url
This is the logic…but I want to put in blocks…can any of you help me to use this logic on the code…the url opening part of one by me…now I want to open the app
I think it about deep link
In the context of the World Wide Web, deep linking is the use of a hyperlink that links to a specific, generally searchable or indexed, piece of web content on a website (e.g. "http://example.com/path/page"), rather than the website's home page (e.g., "http://example.com"). The URL contains all the information needed to point to a particular item. Deep linking is different from mobile deep linking, which refers to directly linking to in-app content using a non-HTTP URI.
The technology behind the...
What can I do with it…can’t understand
that easy to do you can try it -
how to check app is install or not : use the file tool extension or file component and check app private directory exist or not
for checking is install or not use this extension
PkgUtils : An extension to work with Packages - Extensions - Kodular Community
if app is not install then use activity starter for opening url otherwise launch the app directly
now try it and if you want any help then post your block here for further help
at least try once then ask for help
I will try it tomorrow and let you know if it works
But I am not saving the package name…I am just saving the links of url so how can I fetch the package name… because without it I can’t select which app to open…
Can anyone tell what to do
Where exactly is the problem?
The package manager extension gives you the package names and the LaunchApp method starts a specific app
You might want to show us your relevant blocks…