I made the two tutorials. They are not related each other except their use case starts with a paper. Please use the latest Kwik4. I have updated it today Photo image from device's gallery https://kwiksher.com/doc/tutorials/kwik/media/photo_with_mask.html 1.user draws and colors a shape on a paper 2. user takes it with camera and save it to picture gallery. edit and trim if necessary 3. user opens the app to load the photo P.S. the app itself does not invoke the camera. Before loading the photo, the photo should be taken beforehand. QR scanner https://kwiksher.com/doc/tutorials/kwik/media/qr_code.html 1. user clicks the button to start QR scanner on the app
HTML5 builds are now in “Open Beta”- Corona Labs https://coronalabs.com/blog/2018/03/20/html5-builds-are-now-in-open-beta/ I published my demo book made with Kwik. 12pages 25mb of .data file. Perfect on chrome and Safari on Mac http://kwiksher.com/demo/kwik-the-cat/ any issues or comments are welcome to the forum http://kwiksher.com/forums/forum/kwik4-html5/ Kwik 4.0.7 release notes March 4, 2018 FIX: suspend without In App Purchase making an error FIX: video, text input onComplete event FIX: zip plugin call even it is not used New: click the selected component name again to update component filter New:NSExceptionDomains in Project Properties March 7, 2018 FIX:Animation with wait request – degraded FIX: page curl code is injected in page common with auto page loading FIX:...
Kwik 4.0.6 release notes New installler scripts by Kwiksher instead of ZXPInstaller. You can continue to use ZXPInstaller if you like. http://kwiksher.com/doc/kwik/toolset/installation_and_setup/installing_kwik.html Kwik4_installer_mac.app Kwik4_installer_win.bat New Proxy setting in License activation tab Fix Bookshelf In App Purchase The sample projects are updated. Here is download link http://kwiksher.com/tutorials/Kwik4/BookShelf.zip About debug mode tips and build.settings at the end of the following tutorial pages. It needs NSExceptionDomains and Goole API License http://kwiksher.com/doc/tutorials/kwik/bookshelf/bookshelf_pages_steps.html http://kwiksher.com/doc/tutorials/kwik/bookshelf/bookshelf_embedded_steps.html http://kwiksher.com/doc/tutorials/kwik/bookshelf/bookshelf_tmplt_steps.html FIX: playAnimation FIX: Group Anchor for Linear Animation FIX: filter transition nil check FIX: removed unnessary files from sample project inside Kwik4 https://github.com/kwiksher/blog/master/kwik_4_0_6.mdMarkdown with by wp-gfm
http://www.kwiksher.com/daily/Kwik4_2018_0117.zip FIX: Bookshelf Embedded http://kwiksher.com/tutorials/Kwik4/BookShelf.zip Samples updated too Kwik4's In App Purchase is now using IAP Badger with a state machine and you can test it on Corona simulator. http://kwiksher.com/…/kwik/bookshelf/bookshelf_overview.html Thank you Happy mongoose for creating a nice library. IAP Badger https://github.com/happymongoose/iap_badger Apple store, Google Play and Amazon store are supported The old simple locking page of Kwik3 is also supported in the same way. It is good to test it with Corona simulator now. http://kwiksher.com/…/kw…/page_controls/in_app_purchase.html state machine http://smc.sourceforge.net/
On Mac, Corona (2017.3135) is installed into Applications/Corona folder by default. it used to be Corona SDK folder. ( It is not changed on Windows ) Kwik 3.6.4 Need Corona SDK public release 3135 or later FIX:store init Now use google IAP plugin in build.setting FIX:platformName is deprecated. Now using "platform" Kwik 4.0.5 Need Corona SDK public release 3135 or later FIX: IAP google with plugin FIX:platformName is deprecated. Now using "platform" Android In App Purchase. Adding notes about Opt url, and rollout alpha/beta release for testing with device http://kwiksher.com/doc/tools/IAP/IAP_android.html BookShelf.zip is updated http://kwiksher.com/doc/tutorials/kwik/bookshelf/bookshelf_overview.html
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