I introduce myself as I am new to this forum. First of all thanks in advance for any help or answer that you can give me.
My question is this. I want to launch an application that requests against server Odoo. The application will be installed on a tablet with the following characteristics:
• ARM cortex A9 1GHz
• 1GB of RAM
Drivers as well as the operating system will be Linux, do not know whether to put Android on the device, it will only need this application.
I am particularly interested in the speed demands attention and does not have a great graphic load could slow him.
I do not have much experience in programming language so what advice would you me to program?
I hope I explained properly, if not, I'll be happy to make clear any questions you have.
From already, thank you very much for the help.
A greeting !!
I do not understand your question fully, but will try to answer on what I believe you mean.
If you want to develop an application that can communicate with Odoo and runs on your specification than any language that is able to create XML-RPC (or upcoming JSON-RPC) connections should do fine. If it must run on Android I believe you are limited to Java.
If you mean anything else, please specify the question further.
Thankyou for your fast answers. I think I explained wrong. At this moment I have the tablet in a virgin state, I mean, I dont have installed Android in it and I will install it if I finally decide to develop with Android. As I dont have large knowledge in programming I dont know which language to use and under which platform. I want to decide it before to start to avoid change in the future when I find limitations.
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