Unit Circle Quiz, rewritten from the ground up in Java. I decided to start doing my Android development the "proper" way, using Java instead of C++ and JNI. I'm really pleased with how my app runs! And while I still have a ton of reading and learning to do, I am LOVING Android's activities, intents and fragments! I also love how the resources are split up, the strings.xml file (among others) and I really love the IDE. I'm using the buggy and sometimes unstable Android Studio, but the feature set is fantastic. I really cannot wait for Google to polish it up some more because, while not quite there yet, it is becoming an awesome IDE.
The new Unit Circle Quiz app has a lot of firsts for me. It's my first Java application, ever. It is my first app that has access to the Android APIs. It is my first app that uses a SQLite database. It's my first app with haptic feedback. And... it will be my first app to have a free, ad-supported version alongside the normal paid version. My goal is to release both versions of this app before I leave for Seattle for the MATE 2013 International ROV Competition with my robotics team, but we'll see what my schedule allows. For now, the paid version has been updated.
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