We are excited to announce the release of version 1.2.0 for both iOS and Android devices. In this version we fixed a couple of minor issues, and we created a new method to search for a file/folder based on its name or its content. In the demo code, we created a search dialog, where the user enters the key-word and selects if that key-word will match the name of the file or the contents of that file.
It is important to mention a few restrictions that this code has:
- The SugarSync and pCloud cloud services do not support this feature
- The MediaFire cloud service has a limit of 3 characters in the length of the key-word
- We found that the Google Drive cloud service has a limit of 4 characters in the length of the key-word when the search is performed in the root folder. There is no limit when it is performed in any other folder
- Finally, the feature to search for a file’s content is supported only by the Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive cloud services
As you can see in the demo code, it is straight forward to call this method. You first create an instance of the RManager class, and then call the method searchItemsInFolder.