Sunday, April 22, 2012

app-cm-nightlies update

A lot have been downloading my simple cyanogenmod changelog application, it was deployed to market in about 2 days when someone sends an email asking if i could add x device to the list.

Given the nature of i couldn't pull the device list directly from the site and had to hardcode and distribute a static list of devices with the application, later i discovered that the whole site's source code was available at github. Nice, i just added the functionality my self.

tonky pulled my merge request and i just updated the application to automatically refresh devices as they are added by the cyanogenmod community, Cool :)

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Historien om en kop kaffe

Sørme om ikke Statoil har opdateret deres app, så den ikke længere gemmer antallet af købte kopper kaffe direkte i telefonen, men i stedet gemmer et unikt device id. 

Gad vide hvor de fik den ide fra? ;)

Deres gamle backedUpPreferences.xml:

Deres nye backedUpPreferences.xml:

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Get your curiosity satisfied with cyanogenmod changelog

Wanting to learn about the Actionbar and compatibility with older versions of android, i've made a simple changelog viewing app for cyanogenmod.

The motivation is pretty simple: Finding my self perioticly refreshing the page looking for exciting changes - i thought it could be cool to have this in my pocket :)

Its available in Google Play (former Android market) and the source code is available at github.

P.S. I'll be happy to receive a pull request with a nice launcher icon - i'm not that into graphics :)

Monday, January 23, 2012

Monitor your dropbox folder changes with GeekTool and PHP

I daily use Dropbox to share files with my friends and customers and with a lot of folders shared it can become quite distracting to have growl popping up every 2 seconds.

On the other hand its often nice see what people are actually doing with your files, and with the excellent GeekTool for OSX its posible to embed this information on your desktop, like this:

The script is written in php which i think is available on the Mac out of the box (I certainly dont remember installing it my self).

The script is available here - you need to edit the file and put your dropbox event feed in the $feedUrl variable and your ready to go :)