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Jeff Gilfelt
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I've recreated all asset studio launcher stencils from scratch. Edge, drop shadow, lighting and dog-ear effects now make the backgrounds better resemble a material element.

http://jgilfelt.github.io/AndroidAssetStudio/icons-launcher.html

#AndroidDev #AndroidDesign
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2014-11-23
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I forked the Asset Studio and added L style launcher icon support. It's not perfect, but all the material keyline shapes and a couple of shadow effects are available.

http://jgilfelt.github.io/AndroidAssetStudio/icons-launcher.html

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I wrote a very basic Android Studio template that makes including icon resources from +Androidicons in your projects really quick and simple. It works in Eclipse too.

https://github.com/jgilfelt/androidicons-adt-template

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I made this simple logcat app because I didn't like the way most of the other ones worked. It is open source at: https://github.com/jgilfelt/GhostLog

#AndroidDev

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Android System Bar Tint

I made a small library to apply background tinting to the Android system UI when using KitKat translucent styles.

I'm not aware of any design guidance for these translucent modes. Maybe they are not appropriate outside of a home screen launcher, but it's fun to experiment.

https://github.com/jgilfelt/SystemBarTint

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Is anyone able to answer my question regarding Android task clearing? I suspect the answer lies somewhere in the ActivityManagerService source, but that code makes my brain hurt.

#AndroidDev /cc +Adam Powell 

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A great way to bootstrap a sliding pane based master/detail flow in your Android project using Eclipse. Hopefully the full templating functionality will also appear in Android Studio soon.

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I've created an ADT template for SlidingPaneLayout (based on +Gabriele Mariotti s blog post on this topic). I have issued a pull request for it to be included in jgilfet's android-adt-templates project, but in the meanwhile you can grab it at my fork: https://github.com/curioustechizen/android-adt-templates/tree/dev/activities/SlidingPaneMasterDetailFlow
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