a network suite base on Android
Android app for testing, learning and fun
Provides an alternative implementation of Android's PreferenceActivity
"AndroidPreferenceActivity" is an Android-library, which provides an alternative implementation of the Android SDK's built-in PreferenceActivity. Such an activity provides a visualization of categorized preferences. The appearance of the activity varies depending on the size of the device's display. On devices with small screens, e.g. on smartphones, the navigation is designed to use the whole available space and selecting an item causes the corresponding preferences to be shown full screen as well. On devices with large screens, e.g. on tablets, the navigation and the preferences of the currently selected item are shown split screen instead. Although the library's API is designed to be similar to the API of the Android SDK's PreferenceActivity, it provides additional possibilities, beyond the functionalities of the original. This includes easier adaption of the activity's appearance, as well as the possibility to use the activity as a wizard.
An example app using the library "AndroidPreferenceActivity"
This project contains an example App, which implements an use case of the Android library "AndroidPreferenceActivity". The project homepage of the library "AndroidPreferenceActivity" is available on Sourceforge via the URL https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidpreferenceactivity.
Contains JUnit tests for the library "AndroidPreferenceActivity"
This project contains JUnit tests for the Android library "AndroidPreferenceActivity". The project homepage of the library "AndroidPreferenceActivity" is available on Sourceforge via the URL https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidpreferenceactivity.
I made this android application for a "Gostai" training test admission. Recently, I used the same code with some modification to control a robot using my android mobile. This app communicate with a program ( written in C ) running on the " pandaboard" with socket. The communication is based on the TCP/IP protocol. For this release, I just use the basic control for the robot ( Forward, Backward, Turn Left, Turn Right and Stop ). The list ( yaw, pitch ) does nothing. The value field can be used to send direct combination ( in my case I use the number "1" for Forward, "2" for Backward, "3" for Turn Left, "4" for Turn Right and "5" for Stop ). The last text field was created to display the information from "Urbi" server, but I don't need it in this case, so I eliminated. Hope you will find it helpful, It's published under " Juice Ware " Licence ( I made this one,it's the same as "Beer Ware " with one difference "Juice" instead of "beer" : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beerware ).
Basic position tracker application for running/biking...
Developped on Fairphone1 this App calculates distance, instant speed, average speed. It's suitable for Running/Biking. It also logs all these data (plus location information) in a CSV file that can easily be imported in libreoffice for example, for offline analysis. At this stage, application is a beta that need further testing on different device. Feedback is welcome.
Provides a preference, which allows to select a value from a SeekBar.
"AndroidSeekBarPreference" is an Android-library, which provides a Preference implementation, which allows to choose a floating point value or an integer value from a continuous range via a SeekBar. When interacting with the preference the SeekBar is shown within a dialog. The chosen value will only be persisted, if confirmed by the user. An Android test project, which provides JUnit tests for this library, is available via the URL https://sourceforge.net/p/androidseekbarpreferencetest. An Android app, which implements a use case, using this library, can be found via the internet address https://sourceforge.net/p/androidseekbarpreferencesample. A "Material Design"-styled variant of this library is part of the library "AndroidMaterialPreferences", which can be found here: https://sourceforge.net/p/androidmaterialpreferences
An example app using the library "AndroidSeekBarPreference"
This project contains an example App, which implements an use case of the Android library "AndroidSeekBarPreference". The project homepage of the library "AndroidSeekBarPreference" is available on Sourceforge via the URL https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidseekbarpreference.
Contains JUnit tests for the library "AndroidSeekBarPreference"
This project contains JUnit tests for the Android library "AndroidSeekBarPreference". The project homepage of the library "AndroidSeekBarPreference" is available on Sourceforge via the URL https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidseekbarpreference.
Provides a sidebar, which can be shown in front of a main content.
"AndroidSidebar" is an Android-library, which provides a custom view implementation, which allows to show a sidebar, which overlaps the view's main content and can be shown or hidden in an animated manner. The sidebar may be located at left or right edge of the parent view and its state can be changed by either calling an appropriate method or via dragging on the device's touch screen. Furthermore there are a lot of attributes, which allow to specify the appearance and behavior of the sidebar. An Android test project, which provides JUnit tests for this library, is available via the URL https://sourceforge.net/p/androidsidebartest. An Android app, which implements an use case, using this library, can be found via the internet address https://sourceforge.net/p/androidsidebarexample.
An example app using the library "AndroidSidebar"
This project contains an example App, which implements an use case of the Android library "AndroidSidebar". The project homepage of the library "AndroidSidebar" is available on Sourceforge via the URL https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidsidebar.
Contains JUnit tests for the library "AndroidSidebar"
This project contains JUnit tests for the Android library "AndroidSidebar". The project homepage of the library "AndroidSidebar" is available on Sourceforge via the URL https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidsidebar.
Build Custom Android Roms for various Devices
Multiplayer game based on the open free game http://www.fortressfigures.com/zombieplague/. Server implemented with twisted framework and client will use android
Map application using OpenStreetMap data
Android application which shows a moving map which is created from OpenStreetMap data. It is a fork of GpsMid. Please note that Androsm is under a major rewrite. The binary release doesn't have a native Android UI yet.
Android download manager - that's it. Get rid of one program for ftp, another for scp/sftp and yet another for www because of "content type is not supported".
Anduit is a user interface design tool for the Android platform. Users can create their own mobile phone user interface by using Anduit, a feature rich, wysiwyg and drag-and-drop style UI designer.
Collection of open source applications for Android smartphones
Measure angles and distances with device sensors
Angulo is a small app for Android which allows measuring angles based on the built-in magnetic and gravity sensors. It also includes an activity to measure distances to points focused by the camera, which can be handy for determining sizes of a room or other quick measurements. They are also done using the built-in angle sensors.
Another Hangman is just another realization of popular Hangman game for Android OS.
Android offline movie database
Educational software for learning vocabulary and conjugation in any european languages. Conjugation is implemented via xml rules, vocabulary can be loaded from text files.
Android program reviewing sgf files of weiqi(Go,Budak).
Anygo is an android program that can review sgf files of weiqi(Go,Budak) , with many feathers such as variation and comment . It also provides several play modes: review, solving problems, free play, etc.
Aplicacion definitiva para encontrar aparcamiento
Aplicación móvil multiplataforma, pensada para localizar zonas donde el aparcamiento está permitido, en un principio gratis como descampados, o zonas donde encontrar hueco es fácil y no gratuitas como Parkings de pago. También permitirá comunicar atascos en tiempo real, indicar puntos negros en carreteras, zonas conflictivas (en las que se produzcan robos, etc...) y puntos de interés como talleres, restaurantes y aéreas de servicio. La aplicación se basa en la geo-localización de los Smartphone y necesita la ayuda de una comunidad que quiera subir localizaciones de aparcamientos, además se pretende añadir más utilidades como la de informar de lugares donde suele haber controles policiales, donde pongan multas.