goodbyte

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Hey,

I'm looking for anyone who would like to help me test my app for the LED contest, and maybe report any error you find in the process. I know it's not an ordinary thing to do, because someone could steal the code and use it for their app, but I don't care tbh, feel free to do so if you feel like it.

Download Link

And here you have a folder with some sounds I've gathered.

Sounds

Supported Games
· Marvel Heroes
· SMITE
· Warface
· Robocraft
· CS:GO
· League of Legends
· Dota 2
· Rocket League

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Great! did you see that I've added all the variables for the CSGO events?

Here they are if you want to add them to the documentation:
weapon_type: "Knife", "Pistol", "Shotgun", "Machine Gun", "Submachine Gun", "Rifle", "SniperRifle", "Grenade", "C4"
weapon_name: "weapon_knife", "weapon_knife_t", "weapon_hkp2000", "weapon_usp_silencer", "weapon_glock", "weapon_elite", "weapon_p250", "weapon_fiveseven", "weapon_cz75a", "weapon_tec9", "weapon_deagle", "weapon_revolver", "weapon_nova", "weapon_xm1014", "weapon_mag7", "weapon_sawedoff", "weapon_m249", "weapon_negev", "weapon_mp9", "weapon_mac10", "weapon_mp7", "weapon_ump45", "weapon_p90", "weapon_bizon", "weapon_famas", "weapon_galilar", "weapon_m4a1", "weapon_m4a1_silencer", "weapon_ak47", "weapon_ssg08", "weapon_aug", "weapon_sg556", "weapon_awp", "weapon_scar20", "weapon_g3sg1", "weapon_incgrenade", "weapon_decoy", "weapon_flashbang", "weapon_hegrenade", "weapon_smokegrenade", "weapon_c4"

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On 10/11/2016 at 6:13 PM, goodbyte said:

Great! did you see that I've added all the variables for the CSGO events?

Here they are if you want to add them to the documentation:
weapon_type: "Knife", "Pistol", "Shotgun", "Machine Gun", "Submachine Gun", "Rifle", "SniperRifle", "Grenade", "C4"
weapon_name: "weapon_knife", "weapon_knife_t", "weapon_hkp2000", "weapon_usp_silencer", "weapon_glock", "weapon_elite", "weapon_p250", "weapon_fiveseven", "weapon_cz75a", "weapon_tec9", "weapon_deagle", "weapon_revolver", "weapon_nova", "weapon_xm1014", "weapon_mag7", "weapon_sawedoff", "weapon_m249", "weapon_negev", "weapon_mp9", "weapon_mac10", "weapon_mp7", "weapon_ump45", "weapon_p90", "weapon_bizon", "weapon_famas", "weapon_galilar", "weapon_m4a1", "weapon_m4a1_silencer", "weapon_ak47", "weapon_ssg08", "weapon_aug", "weapon_sg556", "weapon_awp", "weapon_scar20", "weapon_g3sg1", "weapon_incgrenade", "weapon_decoy", "weapon_flashbang", "weapon_hegrenade", "weapon_smokegrenade", "weapon_c4"

Thanks, it will be added to the documentation.

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Android Studio is designed to make testing simple. With just a few clicks, you can set up a JUnit test that runs on the local JVM or an instrumented test that runs on a device. Of course, you can also extend your test capabilities by integrating test frameworks such as Mockito to test Android API calls in your local unit tests, and Espresso or UI Automator to exercise user interaction in your instrumented tests.

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