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    Joachim

    I really like the features of plugPDF, but when I add the dependency plugpdf to my project, I almost takes a minute before I actually can debug/run my project to my device. I’m using Android Studio 1.3.2.
    Any advice on how I can make the rendering less time expensive?

    Thank for the advice!

    #10070 Reply

    Dr. Plug
    Moderator

    Hello Joachim,

    Thank you for the inquiry.
    Actually we tried to build a project which has a plugpdf project. but build speed isn’t slow.
    I think that’s a problem of android studio. Actually could you refer this two links?

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27176483/android-studio-1-0-build-too-slow
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16775197/building-and-running-app-via-gradle-and-android-studio-is-slower-than-via-eclips

    Best Regards,
    Dr.Plug

    #10258 Reply

    Joachim

    Hey,

    I also think the problem is related to Android Studio. :-/
    I’ve tried to change a couple of settings but nothing really helped.

    Can it be an option to include the libraries in my project immediately – not as dependency project?

    Regards,
    Joachim

    #10262 Reply

    Dr. Plug
    Moderator

    Hi Joachim,

    Thank you for the reply. Actually if you use all .so file for all ABI, your application will be increase the capacity. Then will take some time when install the application. So, you can to improve the speed by deleting the .so files not needed.

    Thank you,
    Dr. Plug

    #10320 Reply

    Joachim

    Hey,

    I’ve tried this, but it didn’t help that much. I have to wait around one minute to start debug an app.

    Regards,
    Joachim

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