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Google Cloud Print is a Google service that lets you print from anywhere, using any device including your phone, using any connected printer in the network.Google CloudPrint Integrations
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Triggers when a new push notification is created
Triggers when a new service is created
Triggers when a new user is created
Triggers when a print job is sent to a chosen Cloud Print printer. When you connect a new Cloud Print account.
Confirm a pending user
Create a service
Creates a Trigger
Creates a User
Delete a pus notification
Delete a trigger
Delete a User
Disable a User
Enable a User
Update a trigger
Mark an in-progress print job as finished. Commonly paired with the Cloud Print "new print job" trigger. After this action runs, the print job's file is deleted from Cloud Print and no longer accessible.
Add a document to the print queue.
Apps on the Google Play Store can now use Google CloudPrint to print from phones and tablets. Google have released a new service that should make life much easier for developers who want to add printing capability to their apps.
MongoDB Realm is an open source database and can be integrated into Android apps that are being developed using Java. It provides an open source alternative to the Google Cloud Print API. Google Cloud Print is a service for mobile devices that allows users to print documents and images from mobile phones and tablets running the Android operating system.
Google Cloud Print is an API available for all android devices which allows your app to be able to print documents and images from your application’s print dialog directly to a printer. Using this API eliminates the need to print through a separate application and should therefore make it easier for users to print documents from your applications.
MongoDB Realm is an open source, document oriented database. This means that it is designed to store data in key-value pairs as JSON documents. This data can then be retrieved by referencing the keys of the documents. MongoDB Realm supports multiple databases and cplections within each database. It also provides support for transactions, built-in replication, auto-sharding, and GridFS for file storage. It is well suited for realtime applications such as chat apps, games, and IoT. However, this flexibility with data means there is no schema defined at the database level so it can be challenging to query this data if you are not familiar with how it is structured. This tutorial will cover how you can integrate Google Cloud Print into your apps using MongoDB Realm. The Google Cloud Print API makes it easy to add printing capabilities to your Android app so you do not need to write any code to implement printing functionality into your app. You will first need to identify what you want to print from your app before you can start integrating Google Cloud Print into your app. Although it may be tempting to try and print anything that may be displayed on the screen, it is important to focus on what you want users to be able to print from your application so that you only print what you intend. Once you know what you want to print, you can then create a class that handles all interactions with Google Cloud Print and pass an instance of it to any activity or fragment in your app that you want to implement printing capabilities in. This class should contain a method that handles the actual printing in addition to a few other methods used by Google Cloud Print such as a callback method that is called when an error occurs and a callback method that is called when a job completes successfully. Now that you have created a class that you will use to handle interactions with Google Cloud Print, you can now create a new activity or fragment in your Android app that will be responsible for printing whatever content is passed in from your app’s main activity or fragment. This activity or fragment should have a method annotated with @OnClick(. where the content is passed in from the main activity or fragment and should call the print method of whatever class you created in step 5 from within this OnClick method. You will also need an image view object in this new activity or fragment which will allow users to select a file to print from their device’s gallery. You should also have another OnClick method annotated with @OnClick(. where this image view object is passed in so that users can select a picture from their gallery and call the sendPictureToCloudPrint method of the class you created in step 5 from within this OnClick method. The next step would be creating the activity or fragment that will display the results of what has been printed by Google Cloud Print, which could be achieved using either a ListView or RecyclerView depending on how many items are being printed at once. You should also create an instance of an object of the class you created in step 5 where you should call its getJobs(. method from within an OnClick method annotated with @OnClick(. where you pass in the instance of the RecyclerView that was declared in step 9. This RecyclerView object should also contain a ListAdapter object where each item of this adapter should represent a single job returned by the getJobs(. method of the class you created in step 5. In order for this RecyclerView object to update whenever new jobs are received by calling the getJobs(. method of this class, you need to add a listener for the onConfigurationChanged method of the RecyclerView object where you pass it in an instance of an object of the class you created in step 5 as well as set up another OnClick method annotated with @OnClick(. where this listener is passed in and call its notifyOfNewJobs(. method from within this OnClick method. Now that we’ve covered how we can implement Google Cloud Print into our apps, let’s move on to discuss some of the benefits of using this API.
Google Cloud Print offers several benefits over implementing printing functionality without using this API. First, printing functionality does not require any additional permissions as it uses permissions already granted by the user when installing your app onto their device such as READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE . Second, it eliminates the need to create a separate application just for printing purposes since everything needed can be implemented into your app which should reduce development time since developers do not have to create separate code bases for different functionalities such as having one code base for printing, another for interacting with accounts, yet another for looking up restaurants nearby etc. Third, implementing printing functionality using Google Cloud Print also reduces development costs since it allows developers who do not want or cannot afford expensive equipment such as printers etc. access to their products without having to purchase additional equipment themselves. For example, instead of having businesses purchase printers just so they could print out receipts for customers paying with credit cards, they could instead use Google Cloud Print which would allow them access to printing without requiring them to buy any additional equipment which would reduce costs significantly compared to buying expensive printers etc.
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