[SailfishDevel] Open source in-app ad API helper for QML - please, join
yetanotherandreyev at gmail.com
Mon May 30 19:32:54 UTC 2016
Hello, Zoltán! :)
Feel free to criticize me, but... ads in our jolla? No, thanks! :)
I guess if you are a developer it make sence to ask for donations / create
non-free apps, but please, no ads at all.
(Espesially with additional web engine module loaded eating my resources)
Again, this is just my opinion. I understand it opens new possibilities for
some projects, etc, etc.
пн, 30 мая 2016 г. в 21:48, Zoltán Lutor <zoltan.lutor at gmail.com>:
> I've progressed with implementing an open source wrapper for Vserv RESTful
> advertisement API in QML. Quote from API description:
> Vserv provides a simple HTTP based API to publishers/developers and other
> ad networks, etc. to fetch ads for mobile sites or mobile applications. The
> mobile device / server makes a HTTP request to Vserv Marketplace server
> with the required parameters and in response receives the ad in JSON
> format. This single API integration gives you the flexibility to fetch
> banner/ full screen / rich media ads.
> Available implementation is in pre-beta phase - quite majority of
> functionality works but there is still room for improvement.
> Since I'm not so experienced in this area of sw development - and
> especially newbie in Sailfish native development - *I would like to ask
> some help from the community in finishing it*.
> It would be a general purpose QML wrapper around the API with necessary
> tailoring is needed for Sailfish - e.g. Webkit vs. WebView, etc. Maybe
> separate git branches are needed for different implementation(?) - I'm open
> for any reasonable proposal.
> Is there anybody willing to join? Reviewing, commenting - and of course,
> coding is more than welcome. [This is my first open source project, so
> comment from this aspect is welcome, too.]
> API descrption is here
> code repository is in BitBucket
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