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From Josh Soref <>
Subject RE: [Android] Proposal: Deprecate/No-Op Battery Plugin
Date Thu, 26 Mar 2015 18:05:34 GMT
I'm really hoping someone like Raymond will write something nice and pretty about this.

That isn't my strong suite.

Brian wrote:
> this! is really good advice and should make it into our guides.


Josh Soref <> wrote:

> Andrew wrote:
> > Let's just update the README to state that "the battery plugin is a
> plugin
> > that uses your battery" :)
> I'm +1 on this
> > Only half joking... probably would be minimal effort and enough to just
> add
> > a warning about this and do nothing more.
> it's not a joke, old battery apis (and probably on other platforms too, i
> can't remember which) really are harmful.
> plus, it's rarely the right thing to do.
> app developers should really be event driven:
> e.g.:
> * gaining network connection to their uplink
> * having sufficient data to justify sending
> * receiving a notice (e.g. a push) that they have data to fetch
> and they should use some local storage cache for everything else.
> * they should be resilient to users reseting their devices (power cycle,
> os OTA, battery pull, device kernel panic).
> * they should be resilient to users choosing to go into airplane mode for
> a 10 hour flight and running out of battery before disembarking.
> a battery api doesn't help w/ these things. being event driven does.
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