Tweetflow NLG – Progress

Hi guys. I just want to blog some progress i have made. I have now implemented some kind of a game for translating the Tweetflows. For the game you have to fill in the correct article for the service and translate every single attribute given as inputdata. The game part ist that the keyboard which [...]

Distributed Clipboard – file sharing components

Hey again! Since I used my last post to show you the difficulties I experienced during implementing Drag&Drop in combination with JavaFX 2.0, I today want to introduce my file sharing components. After a DropEvent is registered on the GUI (see last post), a new thread responsible for transferring the dropped files is launched. Creating [...]

Tweetflow Natural Language Generation

Hi, My Praktikums-Topic is about creating an Android client for generating natural sentences out of Tweetflows. As you might have read already, Tweetflows are used to create mobile workflows. Tweetflows should be useable by humans, but actually they have a quite technical syntax. If you are not familiar with it and may have not a [...]

Distributed Clipboard – JavaFX and Drag&Drop

Hey again! Although i promised to publish my third blog entry already the week before, I have to admit that I wasn´t able to write about my filesharing and chat components as announced, because I ran into some serious problems the last 2 weeks, regarding the further implementation of the GUI. The main aim of [...]

Distributed Clipboard – Discovery and getBroadcast() Bug

Hi again! Welcome to my second blog entry about my Bachelor Thesis/Praktikum Distributed Clipboard. I´ve spent the last few days designing and setting up the the communication part of the program. I´ve implemented my own UDP-Discovery, which seems to works pretty nice, although there´s still a major bug regarding the detection of the broadcast address [...]

StatusNetAndroid Screen Cast

Some months ago I started with my “Praktikum” named StatusNetAndroid. Therefore I had to get familiarized with Android App development and the RESTful-APIs of twitter respectively twitter-like services (status.net, identi.ca, twitter.com). There are lots of tutorials and code snippets out there, but the tiny parts to glue them all together can cost you hours But [...]

Persisting Tweetflows

As the parsed Tweetflows should be accessible for further processing by other Android apps, I persist them in the Android SQLight database. A lot of attributes are needed to be general enough to save all the different types of requests. The last four attributes are needed to save the ordering of closed sequences. One has [...]

Parsing Tweetflows from Tweets

As the most important part of my project is to filter Tweetflows from tweets I’ll explain the parsing process next. I implemented against the Tweetflows Specification – Version 1.0 which gives a good overview over the different request types. The most general string pattern to extract the whole request text of all the different request [...]

Accessing twitter-like services via OAuth

After playing around with the twitter4j library to get it to work with my own network configuration (e.g. status.net) mentioned in an earlier post I ended up in searching for another solution, as twitter4j cost me already too much time. After some research I found a great “tutorial” on github.com, where the REST API is [...]

Android Action Bar widget

Since Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) with API Level 11, a built in Action Bar widget for better navigation is provided which implements the Action Bar pattern. As the Samsung Galaxy Tab uses Android 2.2 with API Level 8, I had to search for another solution. I found the Action Bar for Android project on github, implementing [...]