I’m trying to run the inference from an Android studio native app. I tried from the C++ library but I couldn’t compile it.
Nowadays I’m trying to call the inference from the webassembly code, but I haven’t achieve it yet.
Has anybody tried that before?
I am not very familiar with Android development, I saw that you created a thread for the cpp integration here: Import C++ Impulse Library in Android Studio - #6 by djsilverav
I will let the community reply here as it is not something we officially support as of today.
Thanks a lot Louis for your reply. I decide to create a new thread based on the supposition that maybe there is a person who has worked on it.
If not, at least I tried.
@djsilverav I tried the
C++ library in Flutter and failed. I think the solution is to load the Model file found on your projects EI Dashboard and go from there.
After Many days, I think a got something @MMarcial and @louis. I’m running it from Android Studio. If you can replicate it, would be wonderful.
- Download the webAssembly compressed file.
- In android studio I built a WebView object and load in-app content.
- Then, I copy the entire uncompressed
WebAssembly.zip files into the
assets folder that you created in the previous step.
- If everything goes right, then you can load your own model like if It was running into a webpage and if you test it, you should be able to get a result.
Here is where I started with the problems.
- Share data between
Kotlin code. For that part I followed this tutorial Tutorial 1 and [Android Studio WebView Documentation].(WebView | Android Developers)
Basically here what I did was to save into a float array all the data that you need to run the impulse.
Then, I converted to a string for sharing between
Finally, I converted that string that comes from
- I send that object as an input of the impulse and It started to work.
I know that it is a few confusing but I’m still testing that everything goes right and I expect to record a small tutorial. I know that I’m not so good working with Android Studio and maybe I have many mistakes and there’s a faster way to run the impulse, but at least It was the only way to run the impulse directly from the mobile.
If you have questions, post it here and I will try to answer them as soon as possible.
@djsilverav Congratulation! You are make headway!!
I got stuck at step 1. Where do I download the
webAssembly compressed file?
Can you post your Android project code to GitHub?
I cannot post the full project because it is not just my project, but I can upload the test app where I load and made my experiments. It’s a bit disorganized, but I expect it could help you.
Just pay attention to
mainActivity class |
assets folder. and