Mixare integration into an Android app

I wrote an Android app using the Mixare link ( for a mixare project ) Framework (for augmented reality).

The first step was to get the application to work with my own data source. It was pretty straightforward as you just need to create a new Intent for the mixare content like this:

    Intent i = new Intent();
    i.setDataAndType(Uri.parse("http://myserver:8080/myData"), "application/mixare-json");


The problem is that this code just calls the mixare application on your Android device.

I want to change the mixare view and integrate all the source code into my application (it is licensed under the GPLv3).

Do I need to use mixare code as a library? What changes will I need to make to my AndroidManifest.xml to create a new Intent?


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I found out that my question is not necessarily a mixare problem.

A solution to integrate an Android application into another uses the former as a library.

For those who haven't done it yet, this article helped me a lot. It explains how to integrate zxing barcode scanner into Android app natively.



If you want to integrate mixare into your application, then the entire application must be released under the GPLv3 license.

Currently external plugins cannot change the mixare view (i.e. use their own icons or change the layout), but there are plans to do so even if there are no ratings.

If you are interested, I suggest you suggest your suggested approach to the development team.

NTN, Daniele Team - mixare



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