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Audacity beschädigte Projektdatei

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Audacity is a free, platform independent, open-source software for audio recording and editing. Computer crashes are always annoying, but especially when you're recording something. This tutorial will show you how to repair a damaged audacity project file.

Java Generics

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Generics are a facility of generic programming that were added to Java within version 5. The core idea behind these parameterized types is the addition of so called Type Variables. They allow a type or method to operate on objects of various types, while providing compile-time safety.

Ipega Controller Mappings

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The Ipega Bluetooth Controller is a cheap controller for nearly every bluetooth device. With it's holder it is specifically designed for smartphones. The controller has different operating modes, with different behaviors on different platforms. In this tutorial I will show you how to use this controller and it's mapping for LibGDX.

LibGDX Controller

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Today we are going to look at the LibGDX Controller extension. I will show you how to add controller support, specifically support for the XBox 360 controller, because it seems to be a widely used gamepad.

Android Battery Monitoring

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For many applications, it might be interesting to know the current charging state of our battery. If it is almost empty, you should consider to change into a mode with lower energy consumption. Or you could do it the other way around. If your device is in charging mode, you could consume more resources and power as in normal mode.

Communication between Wearable and Smartphone

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In the last tutorial we've learned how to add a configuration activity for a watchface. Now we want to learn how to send settings from a mobile app to the watchface.

Watchface Handheld Settings

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In the last chapter of this tutorial series, we learned how to add a configuration activity for a wearable device. Now we want to configure the watch from our handheld app. So we can add quiet complex configurations.

Watchface Wearable Settings

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It is often better to give the user the possibility to change some settings and to personalize the app. There are two approaches for a wearable app to provide a configuration screen. You can add a configuration screen to your wearable app or you can add one to the mobile app, so the user can change settings from the companion app.

Watchface Implementation

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If you create a watchface for the first time, you may don't know where to start. This article will demonstrate you how to implement a watchface.

This article assumes that you have already configured a watchface project.
To do this you can read my previous article Watchface Project Configuration.

Watchface Project Configuration

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To create an Android™ watchface, you need to create a wearable app and a handheld app. The wearable app contains one or more watchfaces and optionally a configuration screen.

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