Step 1: Before writing your code, please ensure that you have sufficient permission to access cross-domain requests.
This is Google’s real plan for battling Android fragmentation: Update as much of the operating system and its apps as possible without going through device manufacturers or carriers.
Older devices aren’t as outdated as they used to be. For example, when Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich came out, it brought an entirely redesigned interface, performance improvements, and even APIs limited to Android 4.0.
The first point I will make is that ALL electrical services to the home MUST have a means of shutting off all the power.
Being able to shut off all of the power is usually achieved by a Main Disconnect Breaker in the electrical service panel—and should be labeled as such. Where it gets a little confusing is when that main disconnect breaker is in a different location from the panel in the home—like outside the home at the electric meter (as in mobile homes, townhouses, condos and other instances).
List of REST Access Points The following is a list of access points that gives you entry into granular access points.
Note: The following code is tested in my SP 2013 online environment.
When a manufacturer wants to release an Android device, they have to negotiate an agreement with Google to get the Google Play Store and Google apps on their devices.
As part of this agreement, Google reserves the right to update the Google Play Services component of Android on their own.
Android updates don’t matter anywhere near as much as they used to.