Do you mean using plain android components and put a korge game as a normal view?
11/18/2020, 5:16 PM
if that's the case he can maybe use the component we developed right ?
11/19/2020, 12:49 AM
🤔 It's hard on Android Studio. Is it possible in Android Studio?
11/19/2020, 1:42 PM
there are several ways of doing it. The way I did it was to create a korge project in intellij idea ce, then generate an android library (aar) using the korge's gradle task for doing it (buildAndroidAar), and then import that library into your android studio's project
you can make things more straightforward if you create a korge's gradle submodule into your android studio project, and then just reference the output of that submodule in your android app
you probably can chain the android project build process with the korge's submodule to make gradle build it before building the android project
the options are quite endless, gradle is very flexible, as also korge
@Deactivated User will include in the next releases the possibility to use korge as an android view, so you can ask him later a possible release estimate