Shortly after we discontinued the development of Group Complete it was decided that we would release the source code to the Android client known as Group Complete Mobile or GC Mobile for others to use and explore. As of this posting Group Complete has been discontinued for 11 months but we still get requests for access to the source.
As of today you can find the source code to Group Complete Mobile on GitHub as it was when we stopped development.
Please play close attention to the README file should you decide to release derivative works of GC Mobile. It contains specific instructions to remove any and all trademarked materials prior to the release of your derivative work and requests that you include attribution in your project to Group Complete. We feel that this is a fair and simple request in exchange for use of Group Complete source code in your project.
This represents our entire source tree as-is without changes and contains branches for all major versions and tags for stable releases. The 1.3 branches includes unfinished work to upgrade the Apache CouchDB database engine and add support for Android 4.
We're proud of the work that went into Group Complete and thankful for the interest people and organizations have shown in it over the past couple of years. Although we don't intend to continue to support or develop it, we hope that this release of GC Mobile as open source will prove useful to others who are pursuing related projects.
- Group Complete Mobile for Android on GitHub
The source code to the Android client for Group Complete.
- OpenDataKit announces availability of Group Complete Mobile open source
The OpenDataKit project was very good to acknowledge our release. Check out what they have to say about Group Complete.
- Announcement of release on mobile-couchbase mailing list
- Announcement of release on opendatakit-developers mailing list
- Announcement of release on opendatakit mailing list
Also, please note...
That there are plans to release additional resources from the Group Complete project (including patches and enhancements to several other open source projects) as soon as time allows.