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How to create and publish your first Android library

How to create and publish your first Android library

Sooner or later every Android developer accumulates a fair amount of ready-made solutions and decides that it would be great to share them with the rest of the world. Unfortunately, most of us never get down to it since every solution should be turned into a separate library and put into a separate open repository. Plus, some tend to think that it’s all too complicated to even bother. Here I’d like to bust this myth since with Gradle coming into Android stack sharing your library with the world is much easier than it used to be.

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Open source projects of studio stfalcon.com

Many companies providing web and app development services use open source solutions in their work. Studio stfalcon.com is not an exception: our favorite PHP framework Symfony2 is distributed under free software license from MIT. That’s why we are trying to contribute to open source projects and pay back to the community

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Gitorious install on Debian Squeeze

Gitorious install on Debian Squeeze

Gitorious is a repositories hosting based on a distributing version of Git control system. This is the second popular service after Github. The source code for the project is available on the AGPL license. AGPL claims that the modified source code of the application would remain available to users on the network. I.e. if you make any changes to your Gitorious installation — all changes should be available to its users.

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