14.10.13 Prompt User Input with an AlertDialog

Found this little snippet of code over at Androidsnippets.com, though I should share it with you. You never know when you need some user input from a dialog.

AlertDialog.Builder alert = new AlertDialog.Builder(this);

alert.setTitle("Title");
alert.setMessage("Message");

// Set an EditText view to get user input 
final EditText input = new EditText(this);
alert.setView(input);

alert.setPositiveButton("Ok", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int whichButton) {
  String value = input.getText();
  // Do something with value!
  }
});

alert.setNegativeButton("Cancel", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
  public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int whichButton) {
    // Canceled.
  }
});

alert.show();
// see http://androidsnippets.com/prompt-user-input-with-an-alertdialog

26.09.13 What I’m working on

There has been a while since last big update of my Heroclix apps (I’m looking at you sneak peek). And there is two reason for that;

  1. I don’t code all the time, plus I’ve got myself a job, so I’m no student with plenty of time anymore.
  2. I’ve been busy with two other app-projects.

One of the project is Tag Story. I’ve refactored the Tag Story project from the bottom and added more functionality. This was done partially because I wanted to be done with the project, and because I had some friends of mine that wanted to use it. I even made TagStory an own website so other people can try to use the project. So if you are curios about the project you can go to TagStory.no and read more. The documentation is not complete yet, but hopefully this I’ll be done this fall. I’m also going to post a bit about it on this site.

The other project is EyeCatch which I’m working on now. This is in co-operation with Lars Klintwall and HIOA. The Eyecatch app aims to learn kids to follow eye direction by clicking on boxes that the face in the middle looks at. It’s not done yet, but it is open-source so you can take a look at my github-profile.

11.09.13 New update for Clix ‘em All

Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m still alive and updating my apps. Hopefully I’ll soon have time to add the rest of the missing clix (always coming more).

2.07.13 Amazon Appstore

Amazon had a summer campaing where they would pay for the developer account the first year (normally it is $99). So I though I should see if people using Kindle Fire and similar where interested in my app. As long as the sales are higher then $99 I’m probably going to continue.

For now only Heroclix ‘em All is available, but I think Heroclix Rules is coming out tomorrow.

24.06.13 Clix ‘em All 1.11.4 is out

New version of Clix ‘em All is out. With more set and features. You can now report missing clix straight from your phone till me the developer!

17.06.13 A sneak peak

Check out what I’m working with for a paid version of Heroclix Rules.

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20.05.13 Heroclix Rules 2.2.4 is also out

The updates keep coming this evening. In version 2.2.4 (these numbers are all random) I’ve added the new Founders team ability, updated some bad wording and rules, plus the team dials information!

Hopefully I’ll get time to start working on making a new Tournament Pairing App this week.

20.05.13 Clix ‘em All 1.10.3 is out

Finally a new update for the best Heroclix collection app. Added more figures and sets that where missing, plus you can finally search globally through all the sets. Have fun.