Android Naruto HD Wallpaper Source Code

On October 14, 2014, in Android, by James

A lot of friends have asked me to help them build an Android Wallpaper. To people who have HD pictures and want to build their own Android Wallpaper apps, an Android app template will be very helpful. So I give you this Android Naruto HD wallpaper app. I figured I should sell the source code cheap so that more people will be able to access it and make easy money on it.

Compare to write the Android app source code line by line, using an Android App template is really basic and really cheap. As long as you have HD photos or Wallpapers, you can easily replace images in this app template. Within 5 minutes, you will get your own Android app ready to make money in your Google Play account or with your AdMob ads banner.

With this Wallpaper Android app template, you can customize the look and feel to make like 20 stand-alone Wallpaper apps if you want. Or you can put all HD wallpapers in one app.

If you want to test this app yourself, you can download and install it by following link, or scan the QR code to download and install on your android phone directly.

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Memo English Fruit Master – My First Android App On Google Play

On August 26, 2014, in Android, by James
Memo English Fruit Master

In last month, I have created a new Android app, Memo English: Fruit Master. The purpose of this app is helping me to remember some fruits name in English. I collect 75 most common fruits in this app. Some of them are quite challenge actually. In this app, you can learn the fruit name in English, listen the voice over and do some spelling practice to remember the English word. Currently, I am using Google Translate to localize this app in Spanish, Russian, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese.
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Add Android Navigation Drawer Menu Into RSS Reader App

On February 21, 2015, in Android, by James

In last tutorial, I have talked about how to add featured image in your website rss feed and show image in my Android RSS Reader. To improve the performance in RSS Reader 3.8, I also add a cache mechanism. I am using AsyncTask to download the image from website, then saving it on mini-sd card or external storage. If there is no external storage available, I will save the image in internal storage. Another improvement of Rss Reader 3.8 is scaling down the image bitmap, which will use less memory to hold the post featured image in ListView. Rss Reader 3.8 is a final version which has all the necessary features for a simple RSS Reader. However, there are still mcuh space to improve. For example, we can add a side menu to allow people to switch rss feed from different website, or from different categories. Staring from Android 4, there is a new Android component, Navigation Drawer, to help us implement this type of side menu.

In the new version, I will add navigation drawer in my Rss Reader to allow readers to switch Rss Feed by categories. The new version will be 4.0. From Rss Reader 4.0, the whole project will be built in Android Studio. The reason I am using Android Studio is very simple. Android Studio is the official Android IDE now. Migrating project from Eclipse to Android Studio is a very headache task. After several hours hard working, I gave up in the end. Rss Reader 4.0 is a pure Android Studio project now.
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RSS Reader Android App Tutorial 6: Show Image In Listview

On February 20, 2015, in Android, by James

New Update Version 3.80:

  • Load featured image from RSS Feed
  • Show image in ListView
  • Cache image in local storage
  • Scale image bitmap to fix out of memory issue

In the latest RSS standard, there is no tag for image. So in my previous project, I just preload an Android icon on each ListView row. In the past few weeks, many friends send me messages to request loading image in ListView. But, you need to keep in mind that the image tag is not specified in RSS Standard. In my example, I am using a wordpress plugin JMS Rss Feed in my website, so that RSS of my website will return a <jms-featured-image> tag which will contain a featured image in each article. In my Android RSS Reader App, I will search for tag to get the image url and load it into ListView.
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More Project From One SVN Repository To Another One

On February 18, 2015, in Other Online Technology, by James

These days I am working on migrating my projects from Google SVN repository to my local SVN repository. Last time, I finally find a way to mirror all my code history logs from Google SVN server to a temporary local SVN server. The next tough problem is how to move the project from the temporary local repository to my working repository.
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Move Google SVN Repository To Local Server

On February 16, 2015, in Other Online Technology, by James

In last year, I set up my personal SVN server with VisualSVN and Microsoft One Drive. Currently, the system is running quite well. Therefore, I decide to move all my Google SVN Repository project to my personal SVN server. Bascially, moving a SVN repository from one server to another server is a very simple job. You can easily backup the repository and restore it on the new server. However, Google doesn’s allow you to remote login their server and run svnadmin dump command. The command svnadmin dump doesn’t work with URL. So I have to find a way to backup Google SVN repository and restore it to my local server.

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How To Read And Write Windows Folder Or File in UTF8

On February 6, 2015, in Other Online Technology, by James

When you are working on Windows, sometimes you may meet a problem like your code cannot find the folder or file by the giving name. But when you manually check it, the specific folder or file exists in the give path. This problem always comes out when your folder name or file name is Unicode characters, such as Chinese, Japanese, or Tamil.

For example, the Chinese character in Windows is not encoded by UTF8, but CP936 (CP936 is considered the same as GBK, though they are different). Code page 936 (CP936) is Microsoft’s character encoding for simplified Chinese. Though it was superseded by BG18030(code page 54936), but it was still used in Windows 7 and later version.

This encoding problem also happens when you copy some files from windows to linux. In Linux, the locale is set to UTF-8. Hence, when you copy the files from windows, whose file name is encoded in gbk or gb18030, the files name will become unreadable.
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