It seems I can't go a few months without posting another ADT-1-related article, and with good reason. It's an old box, but still very, very capable hardware, and with a bit of active development, capable in the software department too. The Pure Nexus ROM [http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-player/development/
As of late March 2016, Google rebranded their Chromecast platform as Google Cast . With this change came a bunch of application updates across Android and iOS devices, but more, perhaps unseen, updates came streaming in. One of which, was the rebranding of the Google Cast Receiver [https://play.google.
Often we struggle deciding what to do with our old phones and tablets. Trade-in values of these ever-quickening obsolete piles of silicon, lithium, and glass continue to drop as new devices flood the market every six-to-nine months. Today I'll talk about how I've repurposed an old Android tablet into the
I've already published two articles regarding PayPal Adaptive Payments. The first [https://enjoysmile.com/using-paypals-ipn-with-adaptiveparallel-payments/] dealt with generating a valid IPN response, where the second [/paypal-adaptive-payments-and-ipn-part-two/] covered decoding the strangely-encoded variables PayPal gives us to work with. Today I will cover one of the last issues that seems common among
In my previous post [https://enjoysmile.com/using-paypals-ipn-with-adaptiveparallel-payments/] I detailed how to generate a VERIFIED response from PayPal's IPN. The beast was far from conquered though. The Problem Remember when I wrote about how the separate transactions of the payment are stored in the payments[n] array? Remember how members
Introduction Often while working with PayPal's API, you would want some sort of action to take place once a payment is complete. This is where PayPal's Instant Payment N otification service comes into play. Once a payment is complete, PayPal will send your server a message, your server will acknowledge
A few weeks ago I stumbled across some really nice albums on Google+. There was even an anti-watermark movement that promoted users to upload beautiful, high-resolution, watermark-free photographs to the social network. One album [https://plus.google.com/photos/105237212888595777019/albums/5623042490481885105] in particular caught my attention, enough so that