Updated list of app code sources?

by Tony Su » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 12:14:00 GMT


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 Finally got the ADT installed into Eclipse just now.
Recommend KISS instructions(default steps don't seem to work), I don't know why 
"no repository found" kept displaying when trying to connect using SSL and also 
pointing to the compressed SDK file, but it finally worked pointing to the web 
source without SSL.
 
So, I'm looking around now at what kind of application snippets and full apps 
there might be to start looking at just about anything...
 
Have found a few scattered references, is there a centralized list or 
recognized sites for code?
 
TIA,
Tony
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