I have a native Android 9.7" app that has something like a form survey for user to fill up.
Once the form is filled up, and the SUBMIT button is pressed
1) A photo is captured
2) All the answers and photo is sent to a HTML PHP FORM
The problem with this is that most of the time the internet connection may not be stable, and it is very tedious to use. Hence, I need some changes
1) When the submit button is pressed, it captures all the data locally into let's say [url removed, login to view], and [url removed, login to view] so on so forth (so it works locally)
2) It keeps storing data until one fine day, the user decides to go to the settings page and press 'Upload all offline submission'
Upon pressing this 'Upload all offline submission', Android will read all the offline data ([url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view] etc) and submit all of them to the HTML PHP Form. There must also be a small indicator, when uploading these data, to show which .txt the app is uploading currently, etc.
Upon a successful submission to a HTML PHP form, the App has to delete the .txt file. Hence this enhancement will help the project greatly.