First I added in system variables JAVA_HOME variable with value C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_181. You should add C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_221 and then in Path I have added %JAVA_HOME%\bin and %JAVA_HOME%\bin\java and works fine for me .
hmmm ok, thanks!! I’ll do that and test to generate APK and tell you my results!!!
@dora_paz, Thank you!!! With your guide now everything is working 100%. I generated the APK and now it’s ok!!! Thanks again!!!
I should say that it’s a very good guide to others whom are using Windows 10, in order to have success in installing Appybuilder offline.
You are welcome ! Glad I could help and everything works fine for you
podrias proporcionar algun enlace de descarga por favor? estoy confundido con las versiones.
logre compilar una prueba… ahora lo hare con un .aia de mi repertorio.
I downloaded the offline version -zip file from GitHub and then extracted the zip in a folder. See more here
Thank you, but I don’t think it explains, I mean the Java links, but I got it right away, I had to download the JDK and I had the JRE, even though I could see the frontend and make modifications I couldn’t compile my projects to .APK .
Seeing your captures I realized where it was wrong, I reconfigured and finally I made it, with this I solved the problem of the clock.
I am very happy and excited.
Yes this is the problem Java 8 JDK must be installed in order to complile APK