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Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority brought to you by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). ISRG is a California public benefit corporation, and is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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Ótima dica! Vlw
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Acompanhe os jogos do seu time !
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Mostra os resultados anteriores do campeonato brasileiro. Notifica uma hora...
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Alexandre Possebom o aplicativo ta ótimo para fica nota dez um dica sim pode coloque tipo ne qual canal vai passa o jogo tipo globo band SporTV foxsport Sport+  Premiere tipo assim e coloque assim tipo vai joga palmeiras x são Paulo ai vai passa na band e no Sport tv ai voce coloca as duas pra sabe na onde vai passa e na onde o pessual pode assistir o jogo pode vazer isso???
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Ola porque tirou o widget palmeiras da google play era tao bom o apicativo
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Android Studio / Intellij Tip of the Day: Memory Monitor

This thing will plot a graph of the memory consumption over time of a specific app for a specific android device/emulator.
Just navigate through your app and look at it. If the graph always go up and never falls down, it might be a sign that you have a memory leak.

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  Menu: Tools → Android → Memory Monitor
  Toolbar: Memory Monitor

#androiddev #protip #androidstudioprotip
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The new version of the Android Gradle plugin, released today, can automatically remove unused resources. The big win here is that it removes unused resources not just from your own code, but more importantly from libraries you are using (e.g. where there are resources included to support features that you are not actually using from your app). Please try it on your own application projects to see what the net gain is (and of course, to verify that it works! Please report any bugs you encounter!)

Automatic resource shrinking is off by default; to enable it, add "shrinkResources true" to your build type. Note that this feature relies on code shrinking first, so it requires minifyEnabled to be true as well:

    android {
        buildTypes {
            release {
                minifyEnabled true
                shrinkResources true
            }
        }
    }
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Why do programmers always mix up Halloween and Christmas?
Because Oct 31 == Dec 25
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Alright, ignore that this is a terrible ad from Samsung, a massive South Korean multinational conglomerate that also dabbles in surveillance and weapons technology, for a second and just BASK IN THE GENIUS. Mostly because it seems like one of those brilliant ideas that everyone should’ve thought of before but didn’t.
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MirrorLink - Making Apps for the Car

MirrorLink is the leading industry standard for car-smartphone connectivity. MirrorLink apps can run on any compliant smartphone, and will be usable from any compliant in-vehicle infotainment system. The open MirrorLink protocol handles the interface with the head unit, allowing developers to focus on creating innovative new content and user interfaces. No new SDK for developers to learn - just a thin API that provides information about the MirrorLink session. The MirrorLink certification program allows ensures that apps that can be used without distracting the driver, and allows apps to comply with local regulations.

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