Spice up your Android app with a hidden easter egg.
This project is a very simple example of how you can add an easter egg to a PreferenceFragment in Android.
This example project shows a random "nerdy" Chuck Norris joke when you click the app version number 7 times.
Some random jokes include:
Chuck Norris can retrieve anything from /dev/null.
Chuck Norris doesn't need a debugger, he just stares down the bug until the code confesses.
Chuck Norris went out of an infinite loop.
Chuck Norris's beard can type 140 wpm.
Chuck Norris can dereference NULL.
To Chuck Norris, everything contains a vulnerability.
Chuck Norris doesn't need sudo, he just types "Chuck Norris"; before his commands.
No statement can catch the ChuckNorrisException.
Chuck Norris can write to an output stream.
The jokes are available at http://www.icndb.com/api/
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