Making a Spaceteam timer app with Flutter

Tom Parker-Shemilt wrote “Some of you may have run into the excellent Spaceteam mobile game. It’s best described as ‘co-operatively shouting at each other to fix your broken ship’, and it’s a lot of fun. Some fun folks then went and made a card game variant of it, which is similar in many ways. Now, both games have…”

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Android Bletchley Password Store

Nick Karandejs wrote “My last project was building an Android password store based on Bletchley and I’m going to describe the process I went through along with some of the issues I had in the process. I started by making Bletchley run on Android… which required a bit of work. First, nothing worked since converter lookup failed for…”

Android widget for Dragon Go Server

Tom Parker-Shemilt wrote “I’m a fan of Go, (the game, very much not the language), but I don’t ever seem to get around to having time to play it in person. Thankfully some folks made the Dragon Go Server which is a sort of ‘play by web’ server for playing games of Go over an extended period, and means I…”

Robolectric: unit testing Android apps

Tom Parker-Shemilt wrote “I’ve been playing around with doing some testing of my Android apps, and it turns out to be a little bit more difficult than I’d hoped, but with the aid of some tools it can be brought back under control. Given Android apps are basically just Java, the usual choice would be JUnit. Android needs…”

Android Postcode app

Tom Parker-Shemilt wrote “I’ve been playing around with Android development recently, and one of the apps is now worth sharing with everyone else. It’s not particularly complex, but last I looked, there wasn’t an app to do this: tell me what my postcode is. Given you’re holding a phone that knows where it is, and that can talk…”