Gluon Attach is the component that addresses the integration with low-level platform APIs in an end-to-end Java Mobile solution.
Attach provides an uniform, platform-independent API to access device and hardware features. At runtime, the appropriate implementation (attach:desktop, attach:android, attach:ios) makes sure the platform specific code is used to deliver the functionality.
Attach is open source, and it is freely licensed under the GPL license. Gluon can provide custom consultancy and training, commercial licenses, and open source commercial support, including daily and monthly releases.
The Gluon Client samples are a good way to find out how Attach is used.
See the documentation on how to add Attach with the Client Plugin.
The list of available services at Attach can be found here.
Issues can be reported to the Issue tracker
Contributions can be submitted via Pull requests, providing you have signed the Gluon Individual Contributor License Agreement (CLA) (See What is a CLA and why do I care in case of doubt).
Gluon Attach is frequently released, and this is only required in case you want to fork and build your local version of Attach.
These are the requisites:
To build the iOS Services:
To build the Attach services on the project's root, run:
./gradlew clean build
If you want to install them, run:
./gradlew clean publishToMavenLocal
When the process finishes successfully, the different services can be added to a Gluon Mobile project.
For instance, the Display service for desktop can be added to the project like:
<!-- dependencies --> <dependency> <groupId>com.gluonhq.attach</groupId> <artifactId>display</artifactId> <version>4.0.6-SNAPSHOT</version> </dependency> <!-- plugin --> <configuration> <attachList> <list>display</list> </attachList> </configuration>