Well, looks like Google changed the finance API's again.. I had to make a couple of quick fixes... Also note, that you may have to install this more than once for it to take. I honestly don't know why, but on my G1, I had to install it twice to get a successful install.
As soon as Cupcake is released, I'll provide a 1.5 API version as well.
Graphs are back when you click a specific stock from the list and get it's specific details.
Thursday, February 19, 2009
I have no idea... it didn't work, now it does... I changed nothing. Strange thing was that even the emulator didn't work. But guess what, as of today, it's back working... Very strange. It was failing where I created the XML parser, but I was using standard Java functions. Hmm, did Google break and then fix something? Doesn't make a huge amount of sense, but stranger things have happened. Anyway, let me know if stops again, I'll keep looking to see what is causing it.
Posted by aadamson at 10:53 AM
Friday, February 13, 2009
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Sunday, December 14, 2008
Thot of one quick update. I select all the default symbol in the add new symbol window so you don't have to backspace to delete it, this allows you to either hit enter to accept the default or to just start typing the new symbol and it will erase the old one.
Posted by aadamson at 2:35 PM
Friday, December 12, 2008
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
I keep getting comments to add this or that type of stock. Penny stocks are also available. Just enter the symbol that http://finance.google.com says to use for the particular stock you are looking for. For example. aepw is the penny stock for the Asia Electrical Power International Group, Inc.
Posted by aadamson at 10:05 AM