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My first dog app unlimited money


My first dog app unlimited money

As I'm currently in the process of setting up the app for the Android and iOS platform, I'm trying to figure out how to create an app that makes use of the "unlimited" money feature.

I've found a few places online that mention it (here, here, here, here), but they were all from a few years back, and the comments don't make sense to me, or I don't understand what they mean. For example, I'm assuming that, like the iPhone, the Android version will have an "unlimited" amount of money, which the user can spend, and then, when the "unlimited" amount is reached, the user will lose access to their money and have to wt until they get to a wifi connection to use it.

I can figure out how to get the "unlimited" money to display on my Android app, but I don't know how to handle the part where the user loses access to it once it's used up.

If there are any developers here, or anybody who has experience with setting up an app like this, it would be greatly appreciated.

Edit: I found some information on Google's money APIs, which I think will probably be what I need. I just can't find the part of the docs that expln how to use them.

The money APIs are meant to let you simulate bank accounts, where your money goes in and comes out of on a set of accounts. You use Google's money API to create new accounts, transfer money between accounts, and take money out of accounts. Once your money is in a certn account, you can't transfer it out of that account or spend it on anything.

You're not actually spending money on the money APIs, you're just using the money API to make an account and then to transfer money into it.

The money APIs are meant to let you simulate bank accounts, where your money goes in and comes out of on a set of accounts. You use Google's money API to create new accounts, transfer money between accounts, and take money out of accounts. Once your money is in a certn account, you can't transfer it out of that account or spend it on anything.

You're not actually spending money on the money APIs, you're just using the money API to make an account and then to transfer money into it.

Is there anyway for the app to know when the user loses money or if they are about to? If I'm not mistaken, you don't actually spend money, but just transfer it, correct?

My question is how would the app know when the money is no longer "avlable"?

The money APIs are meant to let you simulate bank accounts, where your money goes in and comes out of on a set of accounts. You use Google's money API to create new accounts, transfer money between accounts, and take money out of accounts. Once your money is in a certn account, you can't transfer it out of that account or spend it on anything.

You're not actually spending money on the money APIs, you're just using the money API to make an account and then to transfer money into it.

Is there anyway for the app to know when the user loses money or if they are about to? If I'm not mistaken, you don't actually spend money, but just transfer it, correct?

My question is how would the app know when the money is no longer "avlable"?

You don't spend the money on the money API, you just transfer it between accounts. The money is still avlable to the user. Once it's moved into a certn account, however, it can't be taken out of that account or used by the app.

The money APIs are meant to let you simulate bank accounts, where your money goes in and comes out of on a set of accounts. You use Google's money API to create new accounts, transfer money between accounts, and take money out of accounts. Once your money is in a certn account, you can't transfer it out of that account or spend it on anything.

You're not actually spending money on the money APIs, you're just using the money API to make an account and then to transfer money into it.

Is there anyway for the app to know when the user loses money or if they are about to? If I'm not mistaken, you don't actually spend money, but just transfer it, correct?

My question is how would the app know when the money is no longer "avlable"?

You're not spending money on the money APIs, you're just using the money API to make an account and then to transfer money into it.

I see. So if I was using the money API to transfer money from one account to another, and if I had a set amount of money that I transferred, how would I know what the amount was if I transferred it to a different account? Or, how do I know how much money is currently avlable to the user?

I understand the money API can transfer money from account to account. So, if you have an account with 500,000 and a different account with 100,000, would that be the same as having an account with 500,000 and another account with 100,000?

I think that's the basic question. Once you use the money API, how can you determine how much money is left avlable to the user?

In order to find out how much money is in an account, you have to query the money API. It returns a balance for each of the accounts in the set of accounts. So, if the app has accounts A, B, and C, and if the money was in account B, then you would make a call to money API to get a balance for B. Then you would compare the balance to the money in account A, which is what you're really after.

The money API is intended to be used for test accounts. It's not a great way to run a real app. If you really want to use the money APIs, I'd recommend just adding an app with a set of test accounts to


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