Thanks all, I’ll take a look at this extension
Is this 32mb max app size take into account the sqlite database or not ?
Actually I have to save flag icons of all countries and I’m wondering if it would be the same if I store them into my sqlite db or in png in Assets
flag icon in 256px resolution is about 50kb so with about 200 countries, I have to deal with about 10Mb
Can you enlight me please ?
You can use this extension which has all flags already present, you just need to store the country code in your database
Sizing will be the problem as this extension Provides flags of max 64 px
Yes you could use it like online images to save storage
Thanks for this extension… but the icon is very small on my phone !
32mb size is the limit for Kodular to create the apk ? So if whole app (code + assets + db) is less than this limit it is good ?
Would it be possible for exemple when first run of the app to ask to download a zip file of all flag icons then add them to the app folder, in order to use them ?
If it possible the question is how to store the zip file in order to download it on demand
(Sorry these questions are surelly stupid)
You can download all the images of flags on the first run of your using this @Taifun’s tutorial
Instead I would suggest to use online images, like uploading it to cloudinary and using them
Yes that is also a good option if the app needs the connection everytime, meaning if its an online app
If your assets are upto 10mb it would work fine, I had a project on which I had assets upto 9 mb and 9000 blocks and the apk size was about 21 mb, so I don’t think you would have an issue using 10mb in assets
I have a flag database with big icons but these are in svg format which is not supported in kodular so i can’t use it in my extension
Ok guys, I will try to download my zip file at first run and unzip it to folder app (it is an offline app ;))
There is an extension for that in extensions category, you just need to use the search button!
I know that extension but i mean image component. And it does not load in listview
I think it can be done if the listview is made with dynamic components extension, and using for each number loop you can set all the sbg images using svg image loader extension
You are right. I will test it and update my extension
@stefun did you get your answer
Sorry for delay I’m currently on holiday, far away from my laptop . I flagged your reply as the good solution (using dynamic components).
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