Don’t bother with the code, just with the steps to successfully run the docker container and test the example app on your localhost.
If you manage to do this then you have just run a local OpenVidu server that can also be accessed from an Android device in the same LAN.
Then you can proceed to the OpenVidu Android tutorial. Now everything should be more familiar, running the docker container but with the local IP.
After you run the OpenVidu docker container you can start configuring the Android app. Not trying to discourage you but for native Android development you will be pretty much on your own, you can receive limited help here on the forum but its not guaranteed as the focus is on Ionic hybrid mobile development framework.
After you successfully run the example Android app you can start digging into the code. Then after everything is clear you can go back to your user story.
1.I don’t know even the keywords that i should search for can you help?
2.Let’s say the company that need this application have 4 branches “4managers” and every branch
Has 20 employees and every manager need only contact his employees,can the one server serve all the branches teams?
3.and the one branch has more than one team and every team is contacting with team leader in the same time,and customer service contact with customers that is not in the same building can this one server serve all this operations?
I am confused from the sentence of the mobile need to be on the same network of computer is this for debug mode only ?
2020-09-11 15:43:44.079 11742-11857/io.openvidu.openvidu_android E/SessionActivity:
Error POST /api/sessions
***failed to connect to /192.168.1.6 (port 4443) from /192.168.1.2 (port 34347)***
Hi @franziz ,
If every one stopped learning Because of the frustrated people that do not help and reduce the anxiety , everyone feels failure and weakness, so I will make my effort to learn more by helping of those who are not tired of encouraging others who create happiness without tirelessness or boredom,and i will be thankful by trying to be like them and I’ll help others
and i am an android develop and i worked on sql server,sqllite,firestore servers and i need to learn more,
If you try to help read my current situation and give me steps
This is my current situation: One Two
Thanks so much,i appreciate that you give me from your time, #Do you mean that i don’t need the first command prompt in my first photo,
And docker is enough? #is the https link in the android activity is suitable? This is my new current situation image1
Note: the page in mobile browse still loading and this is the prompt response
One thing that I’ve noticed is that the -p 4443 parameter is actually -p 4443:4443 in the official documentation.
The IP shouldn’t matter if you’re trying to connect from the same computer (localhost, 127.0.0.1 and 192.168.0.112 all work for me, see attachment), but for trying outside connections like from the mobile phone it should be 192.168.1.6 (the network IP).