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Seze:
Are you interested in building mobile phone apps?

If so then you have come to the right place.  The Learn Na'vi App is 100% open source and community developed.  If you would like to get involved, please send the project admin (Seze) a PM with your Google Account Email address in it.  Once added to the project you will be able to commit any changes you make to the project's repository. 


Project Location

The Learn Na'vi App is hosted over at Google Code.  You can find the project here.

The Learn Na'vi App is hosted over at GitHub. You can find the project here

Seze:
The repository location was recently moved.  It used to be hosted at http://code.google.com/p/learn-navi-iphone-app/ but it is now at http://code.google.com/p/learn-navi/   I moved the repository because the App is now no longer iPhone specific anymore.  I've re-added all of the active people from the old repository to the new one.  If anyone has any trouble accessing the project, let me know...

OV3RK!LL:
Hi.
I really like the database stuff you did and started to adopt it in my Android App...
Anyway I have 2 questions:

1. What happen to the IPA stuff and the localized_words table between v24 and v25? - Why is everything gone and, more important, do you have plans to bring it back?
2. How to you plan to implement the audio stuff? In my app I took the mp3 from http://www.archive.org/download/http://www.archive.org/details/NaviWordsnoEnglish. Is there another source for spoken audio you can tell me?

And I don't like the popup to show the detail on a word in your android app, sorry but the first time i clicked i thought it was an error message :)

Seze:

--- Quote from: OV3RK!LL on July 05, 2010, 02:16:16 pm ---1. What happen to the IPA stuff and the localized_words table between v24 and v25? - Why is everything gone and, more important, do you have plans to bring it back?

--- End quote ---

Tuiq recently gave us access to SQL data that builds the primary LN Dictionary.  We are currently working on getting that worked in to the database that the mobile apps use.  I've just recently (like today) got my server back online, so hopefully I can get all the fancy IPA stuff back into the mobile app dictionary ASAP, when time allows.



--- Quote from: OV3RK!LL on July 05, 2010, 02:16:16 pm ---2. How to you plan to implement the audio stuff? In my app I took the mp3 from http://www.archive.org/download/http://www.archive.org/details/NaviWordsnoEnglish. Is there another source for spoken audio you can tell me?

--- End quote ---

I was planning on doing something similar.  I may mirror the audio files on my server for sanity though.  Check this post out for a good place to find good audio files.  



--- Quote from: OV3RK!LL on July 05, 2010, 02:16:16 pm ---And I don't like the popup to show the detail on a word in your android app, sorry but the first time i clicked i thought it was an error message :)

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Irayo for the suggestion.  I think it was left like that until we had more data to show the user, like IPA, audio, etc.


If you want to get involved with our mobile app, just let me know and I can add to the repository.   :)

OV3RK!LL:
Hi.
I have something that might be usefull for the database.
I assume you use the SQLitev3 module to pack the database on your sever.
If you do I have something for you http://pastebin.com/QrYxax3U.
This script takes the mp3 urls from http://www.tyger.org/~tiger/navi/wordlist.php?filterlevel=1 and merges them into the audio field of your db.
To make it work you need to change the fieldtype from int to text and then simply run the script at the location you have your dictionary.sqlite file.

I would love to see this in an update because it's far more easier to learn the words if you can listen to them.

If you have questions or suggestions on the script please let me know.

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