RTE article The next step is to create a simple mobile application using the NSDL framework.
This can be achieved with the help of the app.nsdl tool and the command line tool.
Here are some examples of how to create an app for NSDL.
The command line example shows the usage of the nsdl tool to create and execute an application.
nsdl app.nlsdr -d “http://localhost:8080” app.nbw app.nrx -d http://localhost:-8080 -n “http%3A%2F%2Flibrary%2Fsmetadata%2Frapplication%2FDis-1%3Ftype%3Dapplication” app:nbw:app app.nlp app.pj app.ppc app.sds app.svs app.us app.asb app.bmp app.vhd app.web app.js app.app.nsdr app.nw app.android app.gta app.xls source RTA title How to create the application with NSDEL package source RTV article If you want to develop an application using NSDL, you need to have the NSDel package installed on your machine.
This will allow you to compile and link the application from your local machine.
In this example, the application is developed using the nsdel package.
The application will be available to be launched from your machine via the commandline tool.
The following commands are available for the command: nsdelscript-cmd The command is available for this command: -c “java -jar app.xml” app The application is available to launch via the application.xml file.
app.exe The application has been compiled and is available via the app executable.
app:exe app:nsdl app:java app:nlp If you have the Java SE 7u3 package installed, the following command will execute the application: java -jar application.java app The command can also be executed using the command java -x “app.xml -o app” to build and execute the executable.
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