(Wrong hastag, actually, I misrembered how this widget worked.)
Yeah, that was cruel. Fixed it.
(Also, you can help localize this project – it's just 15 strings: https://weblate.bubu1.eu/projects/librariesdirect/librariesdirect/)
Therefore, the recommended apporach to scheduling alarms is now through Google Cloud Messaging in all use cases.
For reference, please see our demo alarm app (and its corresponding server code, which utilizes Google Cloud Messaging to notify users about their alarms).
We're also introducing the new permission `REQUEST_EAT_BATTERY_LIFE` and `EAT_BATTERY_LIFE`, the former of which allows users to grant the app the latter permission through the settings app. Note that use of the method call `requestEatBatteryLife`, prompting users to grant you the permission directly, is forbidden on the Play Store; instead, please generically open the settings app and show users a tutorial video how to grant the permission.
Why would I have to set up some background service things to have my widget update more frequently than every 30 minutes :( #androidDev
Corona Contact Tracing Germany now on F-Droid 🚀
No dependency to Google, no microg app required. Pure open source, built reproducibly.
Me: Android Linter, please check this module with that one check where I already know that there will be errors
Linter: No suspicious code found
I don't think I'm going to do #AdventOfCode this year, at least not at what's 6 o'clock in the morning for me (I did that last year and got to rank 98 and to rank 99 once each! but it's also stressful).
For everyone else who enjoys little programming puzzles, I can recommend the challenge. They're certainly fun without time pressure, too!
Linter results popup: click to see 14 of those errors and 768 warnings!
Linter results popup: here's 706 warnings
Sooo this corona warn app seems to work without play service code now, thanks to @larma ! 🎉
Currently you'll have to self-build and it only works in debug mode, but it seems to work.
WiP build instructions here: https://gitlab.com/fdroid/rfp/-/issues/1387#note_455703679
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