Following on from my recent post about adding Android app splash screens in Delphi XE5 and Delphi XE6 I’ve now spent some time writing up details on how to launch various Android system activities. This includes the more interesting business of getting feedback from launched activities; a common use case here is using a barcode scanner and finding what barcode what scanned. Again there are two articles, one for Delphi XE5 and one for Delphi XE6. The XE5 version is much longer as it involves documenting a whole bunch of command-line shenanigans (much like for the splash screen) to hook the activity results. This is made much easier in Delphi XE6, thankfully. I’ve tried to do a thorough coverage of the subject matter, highlighting any issues I bumped into – I hope it is of use to anyone tinkering with Android apps in Delphi.
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