After my issue: https://github.com/zammad/zammad/issues/757 I was able to successfully integrate Zammad in our company app to provide a management backend to our actions: in the office we use the desktop web-based interface for Zammad, while when we are away, out of office, we can use our app.
I recently realized that many people are requesting a mobile port of zammad:
So I decided to separate the Zammad code in a separate library (even in the sake of modularizing the codebase), and publish it on github:
It’s a modern client written in Kotlin, for android. but it can be eventually cross-compiled for a lot of things.
I’m willing to maintaining it in the future.
I hope it will be usefull to you if you need a mobile interface at all cost.
PS: It would be real nice if anyone could update the documentation with all the endpoints, and maybe even the attributes type, nullability for all the models. I would make mapping a lot easier.