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Hi and welcome to my Blog.

I am Roman Mbwasi, currently working at Sybrin Tanzania in Implementation and Support, I also program, mostly for Android check out my apps on the Android Play Store and my Android programming tutorials on YouTube.

I enjoy networking, programming and long walks on the beach.

9 comments

  1. This is an interesting app. Is there any way to get a brightness / intesity estimation of the lighting flash through the camera?

  2. My name is Dillon and I work as an API Evangelist at Venmo. Venmo makes it really easy for friends to pay each other back, and I think that our payments SDK could be a really awesome addition to your app.

    Your app already has an easy way for people to calculate who owes what when they split a dinner bill. I was thinking it would be cool, if after they calculated the bill, you could use our SDK to help them pay each other back. Here’s how it could work: a user splits a bill using your original app, and then with Venmo, your users can actually send money to one another in an instant, completely avoiding any awkwardness in trying to figure out when or how you’ll pay your friend, all with one use of your app.

    There are some simple example apps that use our SDK on github (https://github.com/venmo/venmo-mobile-sdks) that you can check out to get an idea of how it works. Our api documentation is available at https://venmo.com/api. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at dillon@venmo.com.

    Best,
    Dillo


  3. Dillon:

    My name is Dillon and I work as an API Evangelist at Venmo. Venmo makes it really easy for friends to pay each other back, and I think that our payments SDK could be a really awesome addition to your app.

    Your app already has an easy way for people to calculate who owes what when they split a dinner bill. I was thinking it would be cool, if after they calculated the bill, you could use our SDK to help them pay each other back. Here’s how it could work: a user splits a bill using your original app, and then with Venmo, your users can actually send money to one another in an instant, completely avoiding any awkwardness in trying to figure out when or how you’ll pay your friend, all with one use of your app.

    There are some simple example apps that use our SDK on github (https://github.com/venmo/venmo-mobile-sdks) that you can check out to get an idea of how it works. Our api documentation is available at https://venmo.com/api. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at dillon@venmo.com.

    Best,
    Dillo

    Cool, will check it out.


  4. Wayne:

    This is an interesting app. Is there any way to get a brightness / intesity estimation of the lighting flash through the camera?

    Due to differences in cameras between phones I think it would be very difficult to get an accurate estimate.

  5. Thanks for the video. Got eclipse up and running and all setup. The problem is that I still don’t know how or understand the coding in creating applications. I really wish I could find a teacher.

  6. can you please post somewhere your file for sparc debian? the one from aurel32 is crashing during the boot for me.

  7. Do you have any android tut’s for including a database into your application?
    Or maybe you can refer me to one?
    I did the centimeters to inches converter tutorial and that was helpful thanks.

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