A cryptographically secure pseudorandom number generator cli tool printing in a wide variety of byte encodings (hex, base64,..) and for many programming languages (c, java, c#, php, etc.) using NIST SP800-90Ar1 HMAC-DRBG. Supports external seeding from various true random services.
Under the Hood is a flexible and powerful Android debug view library. It uses a modular template system that can be easily extended to your needs, although coming with many useful elements built-in.
A cli tool that helps signing and zip aligning single or multiple Android application packages (APKs) with either debug or provided release certificates. It supports v1, v2 and v3 Android signing scheme has an embedded debug keystore and auto verifies after signing.
A crash recovery library for Android. It allows tracking and handling crashes with different rules for debugging and production.
A tool that enables advanced features through adb installing and uninstalling apps like wildcards and multi device support. Useful if you want to clean your test device from all company apks or install a lot of apks in one go. Written in Java so it should run on your platform.
This is the prototype developed during the “Bankathon16” hackathon hosted by INSO. It was a 2 day event, 3 developer worked on the project. This project achieved 2nd place in the ranking.
A multi platform image density converting tool converting single or batches of images to Android, iOS, Windows or CSS specific formats and density versions given the source scale factor or width/height in dp. It has a graphical and command line interface and supports many image types (svg, psd, 9-patch, etc.) aswell as some lossless compressors like pngcrush.
Dali is an image blur library for Android. It contains several modules for static blurring, live blurring and animations.
A very simple Android app that can morse given input through audio, vibration and light flash. Also can morse your SMS.
This is a simple App to test some blur algorithms on their visual quality and performance.
Miscellaneous projects done during my studies in computer science at the Vienna University of Technology from about 2009 to 2011.