Is there a way to call data from a database for example a json file or images and save them localy so that when the user opens the app for the first time it will download all the data and then they can be used localy from the assets ?
If there is?
Yes there is.
Have you researched online and offline database?
Description: Basically AI2 wrapper of Storage Access Framework. Using this extension, you can get read and/or write access to a single document or tree document (and all of its children recursively).
Latest Version: 1
Released: 2021-09-16T18:30:00Z (UTC)
Last Updated: 2021-11-01T18:30:00Z (UTC)
Docs for: SAF
DocumentCreatedEvent invoked after creating document.Returns d…
Here is an extension to download any file (jpg, png, txt, apk, zip, mp3, …) to the ASD (app-specific directory) without WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission.
Version 1 (Dec 13, 2020):
Version 2 (July 16, 2021):
DownloadToASD.aix (7.5 KB)
Version 3 (Aug 24, 2021):
Here is a special version of the extension, that does not show a notification while / after downloading.
DownloadToASD_notifHidden2.aix (7.6 KB)
Note: Use this version of the extension on…
With this extension we can get the elements of a Json easily by writing their path.
tested it with App Inventor and now with Kodular on an Android 9.
This extension is based on this library:
Set a Json string and a path (see example). Get object or array.
Set a Json string, Show Json in pretty format.
To carry out the tests we will use the author’s example.
Did you try to do something?