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Mobile SDK Installation Guide for Android
Mobile SDK Installation Guide for Android
Sera Naz Ersoy avatar
Written by Sera Naz Ersoy
Updated over a week ago

Commented's Mobile SDK for Android allows you to integrate Commented's commenting and collaboration features seamlessly into your Android application. With this SDK, you can provide a collaborative environment for your app users to leave comments and feedback right within your mobile app.

Mobile SDK Installation for Android: A Step-by-Step Guide

Follow these steps to install Commented's Mobile SDK on your Android application:

Step 1: Add the SDK to Your Project

In your project-level build.gradle file, add the mavenCentral repository if it's not already added. If you are using Groovy, modify the build.gradle file; otherwise, if you are using Kotlin DSL, update the settings.gradle.kts file.

buildscript { repositories { mavenCentral() // Add this line if not already present // ... } // ... }

In your app-level build.gradle file, add the SDK dependency:

For Kotlin.dsl

dependencies { // ... implementation("") // Replace 'commented-sdk-version' with the latest. // ... }

For Groovy

dependencies { // ... implementation '' // Replace 'commented-sdk-version' with the latest. // ... }

Step 2: Sync Gradle

After adding the dependency, sync your project and download the SDK.

You may need to clean and rebuild your project.

Step 3: Initialize the SDK

Here's how you initialize the Commented SDK in the activity you want to use:

For Kotlin

import import com.commented.sdk.CommentedActivity class MyApplication : Application() { override fun onCreate() { super.onCreate() // Initialize the SDK here CommentedActivity(this).setupCommented() } }

For Java

import; import com.commented.sdk.CommentedActivity; public class MyApplication extends Application { @Override public void onCreate() { super.onCreate(); // Initialize the SDK here new CommentedActivity(this).setupCommented(); } }

Step 4: Build and Run Your App

Build and run your Android application to test the integration of the com.commented.sdk.

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