Marco Behler wrote:I'd also like to add that it's important to : relax.
Also I find it helps to just check out source code from GitHub and read it. Say you want to see how a web framework like Wicket renders a textbox on a webpage -> find out. How does VLC open up a video file? -> find out. Simply reading foreign code is a great exercise (but daunting sometimes).
Pete Letkeman wrote:A few follow up questions:
Is this with regards to an app that you have created? Which device(s) do you have and what version(s) of Android are you using?
I suspect that this could be happening with some of the old apps.
I know that there are two different versions of the Android environments.
As such, my best guess is that when your device starts up Android converts some apps to the native Android environment.
A few other possibilities are could be that there isn't enough storage space for the apps to be upgraded.
Possibly your device does not have enough RAM, or your device does not meet some other hardware requirements for the update to the app.
There could be an upgrade to the version of Android on your device.
I do know that Google does update Google services and apps on a fairly regular basis and maybe this is what you are experiencing?
There are plenty of unknowns right now, so I'm just taking wild guesses.
" If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. The sum of these multiples is 23.
Find the sum of all the multiples of 3 or 5 below 1000."
Emily Green wrote:Hey. My GET controller Requests Parameter as there's two other parameters that I need to pass.
But I'm not sure how to pass var1 var2 without them passing through the URL. What do you mean by only @Param ? What would that look like ?
modelAndView.addObject("var1",var1) and then how to pass it?
Thank you so much