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A small app for playing with app-development concepts; it shall enable humans to enter text which is then automagically translated to Morse code (and eventually sent via the external flashlight of the smartphone), or numbers translated to Roman numerals, etc.

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UniversalConverter

Class: Spielerei

Language: Java

Platform: Android

A small app for playing with app-development concepts; it shall enable humans to enter text which is then automagically translated to Morse code (and eventually sent via the external flashlight of the smartphone), or numbers translated to Roman numerals, etc.

Setup

First of all, install Android Studio

Then download the sources here

Finally, import this project into Android Studio

Build

In Android Studio, you can build this in two different ways:

  1. Debug build (click on Build > Build APK(s)), which will be saved to UniversalConverter/app/build/outputs/apk/debug/app-debug.apk

  2. Release build (click on Build > Generate Signed APK...), which will be saved to UniversalConverter/app/release/app-release.apk

Either way, after you are done building the APK fine, you can either load it in an emulator (which I never got to work because my computer is real slow and old), or load it onto your Android smartphonedevicething. (To do so, just connect your phone via USB to the computer, copy the file over to a folder inside the phone, open the file on your phone with any file browser app, and then click yes to install it. When juggling different versions - e.g. ones downloaded from the Play Store and ones manually installed - you might have to manually uninstall the previous version of the app first via Settings > Apps on the phonedevicething.)

License

We at A Softer Space really love the Unlicense, which pretty much allows anyone to do anything with this source code. For more info, see the file UNLICENSE.

If you desperately need to use this source code under a different license, contact us - I am sure we can figure something out.

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