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We need a very simple Android app that uses WebView to display an existing browser-based web app.
The catch is that the web app must be accessible via its Zeroconf (Bonjour) address of "[url removed, login to view]".
Android does not natively support Zeroconf, so we need this Android app to use either (i) Network Service Discovery library (supported by API Level 16 up) or (ii) the open source Java Zeroconf library - "jMDNS".
There is a tutorial on how to achieve this here: [url removed, login to view]
1. Android app must display a WebView of the Zeroconf service at "[url removed, login to view]", fullscreen, with no borders, or other screen elements.
2. The app must be fully tested and verified as working before it is submitted to us, (The Client).
3. The app must be submitted to The Client as both (a) a zipped directory containing a working Android Studio project and (b) an APK file that can be installed directly to an android device.
4. The app must be written in compatibility for API 16 and above
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Hi. I am experienced Android developer. I have made apps that use WebView and display full screen pages. I have also worked with Network Service Discovery service.