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Category Archives: Rotation Cipher
Rotation Cipher – My First Android App
Over the 3 day weekend I decided I was going to write a simple Android application to publish to the Android App Market to find out a few things. First, I wanted to see if I could do it, write an app with some kind of simple functionality quickly. Secondly, I wanted to see what the process for publishing to the Android App Market was like. We hear all the time about how Apple disapproves apps, and kicks apps out of the market (sometimes almost, it would seem, randomly). Continue reading
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