Hello, I hope this email finds you well! First of all, we would like to thank you for the great work you have done so far; the service you have provided is extremely powerful and its image recognition is exceptional.
However, we have to ask, is this project abandoned? From the view of our organization we have unfortunately felt this, as it has been almost a year since there has been an update to the Flutter plugin, and it is incompatible with the new plugin import methodology which makes it incompatible with many others. We are aware that the production of this patch has been delayed, but even if it is published, we are wondering if it will possibly become obsolete again due to other/future Flutter updates?
As such, from our point of view, we feel like it is somewhat dangerous to have you as partners. We would therefore like to know if this is a one-time event due to unforeseen circumstances, or is it Qualcomm's new policy - that this project has decreased in importance (or maybe even abandoned), and any future updates, when needed, will not be released on time?
we understand you're waiting for a release update. With the integration process into a large cooperation in general being complex (changes in processes and setup in almost all processes touching the development and release of the SDK) and the fact that releasing the Wikitude SDK means approval and QA for 17 packages this process took more time than anticipated.
We're in final approval steps for being able to release our upcoming Wikitude SDK in the 1-2 upcoming weeks. We will update you as soon as the version is ready to download and we're back to our original service quality.
Please stay tuned.
`flutter pub get` to install the dependencies and link the Wikitude Plugin throws following error:
The plugin `augmented_reality_plugin_wikitude` uses a deprecated version of the
To avoid unexpected runtime failures, or future build failures, try to see if
this plugin supports the Android V2 embedding. Otherwise, consider removing it
since a future release of Flutter will remove these deprecated APIs.
If you are plugin author, take a look at the docs for migrating the plugin to
the V2 embedding: https://flutter.dev/go/android-plugin-migration.
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