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Am searching for a partner who can help me with an app idea about about 2 months ago:OP you don't need to know coding at all to make app. Try something like App Inventor Thunkable.
Android development environment based on IntelliJ IDEA
Getting Started with Jetpack Compose about 20 days agoThe recommended IDE for working with Jetpack Compose is Android Studio. After downloading and installing Android Studio, you’ll get the option to create a new project. To create a new Jetpack Compose application, you need to select either the Empty Compose Activity (which uses Material v2), or Empty Compose Activity (Material3) (which uses the Material v3 which is in version 1.0 as of last year). You can see both...
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Trying to have a Ubuntu server I can turn on from my phone,... about about 2 months agoMaybe a raspberry pi that's on 24/7 connected to wifi and use that to send the wake over lan signal to the server? Arduino on the power pins also works, I did something quite similar but with a Bluetooth board, the code was really simple I just made an Android app with MIT app inventor that sent a signal to the hc_05 bt board, once the Arduino received that signal it shorted the power pin to 5v for half a second...
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