Sharp Remote – Sharp Remote offers the possibility to control Sharp TV devices via WLAN.

Sharp Remote

Sharp Remote offers the possibility to control Sharp TV devices via WLAN.

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!!! ATTENTION Beta Version suggestions and criticisms are encouraged ATTENTION !!!

Sharp Remote is an application which offers the possibility to control Sharp TV devices via WLAN.

-Features
Change volume settings
Change program
Teletext
TV Power on/off
Activate 3D mode
Switch input source
Switch audio/video/av mode
Keypad

-Compatible products
All Internet-capable Sharp TV devices that support IP control or PC control (eg LE830U/E/RU, LE831U/E/S, LE645U/E/RU, etc.)

-Important
Sharp Remote only works when the mobile device and the Sharp TV are in the same network.

There is no guarantee that the application is compatible with other Sharp TVs.

There is no guarantee that all GUI elements are implemented.

See detail information: googleplaystoreapks.com/category/libraries-demo

Universal Tween Engine – Demonstration of the Universal Tween Engine (open-source) library.

Universal Tween Engine

Demonstration of the Universal Tween Engine (open-source) library.

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This is a demonstration of the Universal Tween Engine (open-source) library.

This engine enables the interpolation of every attributes from any object in any Java project, being an android application, and opengl game, a swing/swt desktop interface, or even a console application.

A tween is a static animation running for a fixed amount of time. Therefore, tweens are first-grade candidates to animate your UIs, your splash screens, and all the static animations of your characters. The only limitation of the tween engine is your imagination.

The library is released as an open-source project, under the Apache-2 license.

You can find more information on the following pages:

– Project page
code.google.com/p/java-universal-tween-engine/

– Developer’s blog
aurelienribon.com

keywords: motion, animation, interpolation

See detail information: googleplaystoreapks.com/category/libraries-demo