Let me say: Thanks for helping make my work the best it can be :-)
When this app gets updated it will include detailed information on the progress of my projects as well as prerelease information for those of you interested in testing bleeding-edge goodies.
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
Go Android! Go Cyanogenmod Team! Go ADW Team! Go Open Source! Woot!
FYI: Comments and Ratings any Kind and/or Helpful Feedback is always appreciated and sometimes worth more than a buck!
*Thanks for Checking People in the Market
*Thanks for Requesting Things
*Thanks for Being Patient
*Thanks for Help in Debugging and Solving Phone Specific Problems
*Thanks for The Opportunity
*Thanks for Your Support!
My work so far:
BUUF BuuF buuf
I love BuuF and will continue to develop, but this theme development is only a catalyst for me to learn enough to do more - IT'S WORKING.
Thanks to ADW CyanogenMod Android and all Open Source!
Application isn't fully optimised but may give some ideas how to improve the implementation. Namely, one might want to reduce unnecessary blur draw calls in case nothing has changed in the view background. Also DrawerLayout causes some headache when it draws it's left/right child views :(
You can find full source code on GitHub for further inspection:
- Stack Blur Algorithm by Mario Klingemann <email@example.com>
- Background image Nicolas Pomepuy https://github.com/PomepuyN/BlurEffectForAndroidDesign
- Application icon by someone on the Internet
This application draws Julia set, very similar to Mandelbrot set, a kind of fractal.
This application has two computation mode, multi threading on CPU, or parallel computing on GPU based on Android's Render Script API.
You can test difference of performance between CPU and GPU. Normally GPU computing is faster than CPU mode.
you can see source codes on GitHub, try URL below.
Pinch, zoom and move inside a Mandelbrot fractal computed in an Android service...
RoboSpice has been designed to perform network requests asynchronously. This app demonstrates it can also be used in "offline" mode for tasks not related to the network.
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This is not a game. No fancy graphics at all here. Just techy numbers.
Handy for land surveys or deeds marks, that's about it.
Update: metric units support.