'Threads', which translates to 'Process', has emerged to be one of the most popular hyper threading student technical events.
The important heads of Threads15 shall be the faculty and students organisers who play are important role in having an organised schedule of events, tracking of all related campus activities and fulfilling obligations.
The purpose of symposium (Threads15) is to allow students, faculty and staff to engage in conversation about a major contemporary issue towards the goal of learning one another. The event of symposium day (13th and 14th march 2015) include several technical / Non-technical events at various campus locations.
★ 3 free game modes/variants: 2048, 243, and 16384.
★ 4 additional game modes/variants available as in-app purchases: Hex, Blitz, Fibonacci, and 144.
★ A simple design with a colorful, Material Design inspired user interface.
★ Insanely smooth and realistic animations.
★ Synchronize your high scores across all your devices.
★ Sign in with Google Play Games for leaderboards and achievements.
★ 100% native and 100% Ad-Free.
2048 is a classic puzzle game that is easy to grasp and very addictive. Swipe left, right, up, or down to slide the tiles across the grid. When two tiles with the same number touch, they merge into one. The game ends when you can no longer make a move. Begin joining the numbers and you won’t be able to stop!
Developed & Designed by:
Alex Lockwood & Shannon Lee
Frank Harper (French), Gabriel Ittner (German), Wolfram Rittmeyer (German), Gabriele Mariotti (Italian), Leonardo YongUk Kim (Korean), Michał Białas (Polish), Walmyr Carvalho (Portuguese), Corneliu Dascălu (Romanian), Egor Andreevich (Russian), Michal Harakal (Slovak), Kike Martinez Bernet (Spanish), Jonas Hellström (Swedish), Jason Ni (Traditional Chinese), Gennadiy Kartashevskyy (Ukrainian)
This Application is for demonstration purposes only. Enable USB debugging and analyze the logcat output to better understand how retained Fragments work in conjunction with the Activity lifecycle. Use the following logcat filter for best results:
Filter name: "worker-fragments"
by Application Name: "com.adp.retaintask"
by Log Level: "Info"
This sample application was written as part of the following blog post: http://www.androiddesignpatterns.com/2013/04/retaining-objects-across-config-changes.html
This Application is for demonstration purposes only. Enable USB debugging and analyze the logcat output to better understand how the Loader/Fragment/Activity interact with one another! Use the following logcat filter for best results:
Filter name: "AppListLoader"
by Log Tag: "ADP_"
by Application Name: "com.adp.loadercustom"
by Log Level: "Info"
This demo application was introduced as part of a series of blog posts on Loaders and the LoaderManager:
Part 1 - Life Before Loaders (http://bit.ly/Pyc58u)
Part 2 - Understanding the LoaderManager (http://bit.ly/OwTG0g)
Part 3 - Implementing Loaders (http://bit.ly/Puhj4E)
Part 4 - Tutorial: AppListLoader (http://bit.ly/SNWMrX)