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I am a nice guy. (Except for those days when, for no apparent reason, I hate everyone.)

It's kind of "father's day" here in Spain, and a little guy living here surprised me with this T-shirt.

Lovely, isn't he?
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On April 1st?
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Made my coffee spill of the day!!
We all have dealt with this.
Esto, cada día.
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I hate the part of "press the fucking return button", really annoying 
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This year, the little "god" (as seen in the pictures) improved the previous year decoration with some extras and a whole new cast.

He even provided two funny cameos (himself and another funny guy with his blue box) to complete the scene.

Anyways, whatever is your holiday celebration (if any), we wish you all a few happy days, have some fun and take care of your people.
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Cute. Looks pretty & Festive!
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Since a day or two, the Nexus 9 magnetic cover Google Play shopping page has changed some promotional pictures.
The left one is the original one, the one I thought the weirdest because, you know, you should completely detach, flip and re-attach the cover to get it to that position. A bit cumbersome.

The new one shows how the cover should flip... not as nice but... thoughts?

Anyways... +HTC +Google Play c'mon, RELEASE
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+Alberto Salmerón Moreno​ thanks for the heads up! 
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Can't not recommend this!
#Minima Live Wallpaper is now live for the public on the Play Store! Please share this link, and if you have a moment leave a nice rating or review in the store! 

Free version:
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What about an adw update?
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A few days ago I wrote a post[1] about a work in progress library I was writing to provide a "Discrete Seekbar" Material-design component.

The code from that post was quite straightforward regarding the visual representation and animations of the stuff, and I thought I could release the library with very minor tweaks.

Now, after a bunch of hours trying to replicate the exact feel of the Material's Discrete Seekbar, with a beautiful stuff-that-morphs-into-other-stuff animation (shown in slow-mo attached) I'm not so sure about releasing the current code.

Why? Because of hackery-dragons and a bunch of things I'm not completely proud of!!

This thing runs on minSDK=7 (well, technically could run 4 but can't test since AVDs for api 4 are deprecated and just don't boot).
Obviously some of the subtle animations (navigating with the Keyboard, the Ripple effect, text fade ins/fade outs, etc) are not going to work on SDK<11, but the bubble thing does. And I haven't found a way of improving this with 11-21 APIs, so...

The base SeekBar is pretty simple. Just 3 drawables for the track, progress and thumb. Some touch event logic to drag, some key event logic to move, and that's all.

The bubble thing uses NO VectorDrawableMagic[2] (was not needed for such a simple morph).This thing uses a Animatable Drawable[3] for the animation with a lot of hackery for callbacks, drawing and a bunch of old simple math.
For this to work (and sync with events, etc) I've written a fair amount of shit questionable code...

The material-floating-thing is composed into the WindowManager (like the typical overflow menus) to be able to show it over other Views without needing to set the SeekBar big enough to account for the (variable) size of he floating thing.
For this I'm not sure about the amounts of things I've copied from PopupWindow[4] and the possible issues.

TL;DR I'd REALLY love if any talented developer wanted to check out my code, yell at me and forced me to do things right

If I can get one or two nice code reviews, I'd happily release this thing as a library for all of you to play.

Are you the one?

#androiddev   #materiyolo   #hackery  

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Will be interesting to see your code. Maybe I could add something like this to the SeekArc I wrote a while back. 
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We have made the first application in #android  using #scala  

You can translate texts directly in your phone copying your texts to clipboard. And the most important thing: we have published the code in Open Source

Enjoy it!
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Not Kotlin. Not interested. :P
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Let's properly celebrate this 2015!
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It was all good untill you put a break on your adw thing, that was the best and perfect launcher, unlike others who are pretty goodlooking but not quite usable. Adw stopped in 2013 but in two years, other launchers gained only the translucent mode over adw. If it had it, it would be still best thing. Don't know why you aborted adw but it was really a nice piece of work :(
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Yes please. Automated systems SHOULD NEVER be used to rule people life's.
Google has been improperly suspending Android Apps and Developer accounts deemed to be violating the Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement  and/or the Google Play Developer Program Policies . Furthermore, Google's notification for these violations comes in the form of vague automated e-mails that prevent honest developers from complying with Google's demands (no instructions on what to change or fix). In many cases, apps and accounts are...
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The Google Process of removing apps always reminds me of Franz Kafka - The Trial: "One of Kafka's best-known works, it tells the story of a man arrested and prosecuted by a remote, inaccessible authority, with the nature of his crime revealed neither to him nor the reader."
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Most of the time I wonder wtf laws and constitutions are made for when (wannabe) countries start ruling things like this...
I had to make this image > Freedom 2015 Europe ( Europe
) 82 % of Spaniards are against amendment
The ‪LeyMordaza‬ (Gag Law) has been approved in Spain‬. With this law, the production and distribution of images such as this one can get you a 30.000€ fine.

1. Photographing or recording #police - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
2. Peaceful disobedience to authority - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
3. Occupying banks as means of protest - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
4. Not formalizing a protest - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
5. For carrying out assemblies or meetings in public spaces - 100 to 600€ fine.
6. For impeding or stopping an eviction - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
7. For presence at an occupied space (not only social centers but also houses occupied by evicted families) - 100 to 600€ fine.
8. Police black lists for protestors, activists and alternative press have been legalized.
9. Meeting or gathering in front of Congress - 600 to 30.000€ fine.
10. Appealing the fines in court requires the payment of judicial costs, whose amount depends on the fine.
11. It allows random identity checks, allowing for profiling of immigrants and minorities.
12. Police can now carry out raids at their discretion, without the need for "order" to have been disrupted.
13. External bodily searches are also now allowed at police discretion.
14. The government can prohibit any protest at will, if it feels "order" will be disrupted.
15. Any ill-defined "critical infrastructure" is now considered a forbidden zone for public gatherings if it might affect their functioning.
16. There are also fines for people who climb buildings and monuments without permission.
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#5 is a direct violation of EU basic charta Article 12 "Libertad de reunión y de asociación" Someone should sue them.
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Black Friday SALE!!
As promised, I've released the source code[1] of my little DiscreteSeekBar implementation for android.

Take a look, and provide whatever feedback you may find useful!

#androiddev   #materialdesign  

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+Ahmed Eldosoukey check it
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I was reading the Material design guide[1], and stunned across the discrete slider section where you can show a little marker over the thumb to show the current slider value.

It would we awesome if Google released some sort of sample/lib (the same they did with the Sliding Tabs [2] but in the meanwhile, I've made my own dirty thing. 

Unfortunately I wasn't capable of doing it just overriding SeekBar due to some restrictions my incompetence and ended up writing a seekbar from scratch... but I like the unfinished result.



#androiddev   #androiddesign  
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+Ander Webbs looking forward to seeing the published code :D
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