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Jesús David Gulfo Agudelo
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Peek is now open source

It's been a while since I wrote something here. And a lot of time since I talked about my apps as well. As many of you might have noticed, Peek was removed from the play store because of violations to the terms of service of the Play store. Since I don't really have much time to figure out a way to bring it back, or mantain it for that matter, I think the best I can do is honor it's name by releasing it's source code to the public.

Without further ado, here's the link to the github repo... have fun!

ps. The peek pro/free license thing was very poorly written and easily cracked. Sorry about that.

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This people absolutely ruined all the words listed there for me. I can't read any of those phrases without laughing out loud.
This sums up some of the key people behind OxygenOS. The first 6 are from PA, can you take a guess?

"BUTTUNZ & GESTURZ" 

"CUSTOMIZZZAATION IS KEY"

"I LAAIKKKED IT"

"FILE A JIRA"

"FUCKFCUKFCUK"

"EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE, YOU TELL ME I'LL DO IT"

"MEEEERAAA"

"BETAAAAA, AWW MUFFIN!"

ASSISTANT TO THE REGIONAL MANAGER.

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Clean desktop #OxygenOS
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Shelf!
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+Arz Bhatia​ I think +Marques Brownlee​ really liked Shelf ;) 

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Back to Colombia. But not without the best gifts #stayparanoid 
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Italians never take a bad picture +Carlo Savignano​​ 😛
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Android animations are better than ever

A few years ago, working with +Paul Henschel, writing features for ParanoidAndroid, he was complaining abouth how animating things was terribly complicated to do compared to other platforms. A while after that, I discovered both LayoutTransition and ViewPropertyAnimator APIs (introduced in API level 11 and 12 respectively), which I'm sure, if you are an Android developer, you have used a few times and you probably love them as much as I do. These APIs really make your life way easier, but there are special cases where they are just limited and still a bit complicated. However, with the introduction of APIs like TransitionManager  (API 19 - KitKat) and ViewAnimationUtils (API 21 - Lollipop), Android team has shown their interest in making it easier for developers to implement beautiful, animation rich applications, without the hassle of handling a ton of different instances which will make your code more complex and probably help to break things. Congratulations to +Android team for this great archievement!

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And trust me, this is just the beginning 😲

When I am tired and I can't sleep I'm all like:

$ sudo shutdown now
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