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GearWatchDesigner POSSIBLE to EXPORT in SDK ?

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Started by Expert Developer denis_miroshnikoff , 16600 Seed Jan 07, 2016 17:20 Replies : 3 View : 4106 Likes : 0

Example: When start project GearWatchDesigner 
   and then is POSSIBLE to EXPORT in SDK  for thin adjustments?

  
HOW I can do it?

Thank You.

PS  GWD - si good idea , but now in gear app store we can see many simple and sucs w/faces...   :( 
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Developer moochang.kim , 4760 Seed Jan 08, 2016 00:07 Post #1 0
Hi.
currently it is not possible.
GearWatchDesigner generates Watch type application that has image resources and XML only. that is not compatible with Native/Web type application that SDK generates.
but I hope to your idea become avaiable either.
Regards
MooChang.Kim
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Expert Developer denis_miroshnikoff , 16600 Seed Jan 08, 2016 13:08 Post #2 0
also because in betta stage is work only for siplest faces with a lot of errors and crashes


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Hi.
currently it is not possible.
GearWatchDesigner generates Watch type application that has image resources and XML only. that is not compatible with Native/Web type application that SDK generates.
but I hope to your idea become avaiable either.
Regards
MooChang.Kim


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Developer kimvette , 1420 Seed Jan 23, 2016 14:43 Post #3 0


This content has been quoted from denis_miroshnikoff’s thought.

also because in betta stage is work only for siplest faces with a lot of errors and crashes

 

This content has been quoted from moochang.kim’s thought.

Hi.
currently it is not possible.
GearWatchDesigner generates Watch type application that has image resources and XML only. that is not compatible with Native/Web type application that SDK generates.
but I hope to your idea become avaiable either.
Regards
MooChang.Kim


 

GWD does not meet any definition of a "beta" release I've ever dealt with as a QA or release engineer. This is alpha quality at best. 

Why? 

UI elements reveal unimplemented features (i.e., run on device) 
Lots of fatal defects resulting in data corruption (so back up your gwd files frequently
Little to no exception handling
Little to no logging
generic error messages (at LEAST provide a stack trace even if we have to click "view details"!!!)
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