Wink, amazing. After researching this today I have come to the same
conclusion. If you were to open source this I would at least be
interested, and if others haven't picked this up yet, I'm guessing
it's because the API is so young most people haven't tried any real
IPC yet. Once you get into this though, it's very frustrating
realizing there's no (built in) way to do it.
Is there anything I can do to help? Do you really think you'd be able
Thanks for your response,
On Jan 6, 2:02 pm, Wink Saville <w...@saville.com> wrote:
> Mark Wyszomierski wrote:
> >>> I'm extending the messaging to allow bi-directonal asynchronous messaging and will work within the same process or across processes.
> > Yes that is precisely what I need - is there any facility to do that
> > 1) The Activity binding to the remote Service, then calling its
> > This solution is pretty weak, there should be one way to pass bi-
> > Thanks!
> I agree, that's why I'm working on an API that extends
> What I've done is to use the android.os.Message and android.os.Handler
> Right now I've got the intra-process messaging working and the
> After I've created this proof of concept, and if there is interest, I'll
> If you or anyone else is interested let me know, (wink at saville period
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