meh.com is a deal of the day shopping experience filled with humorous writing and great personality. Once they opened up support for an API, an Android app was born. And recently, a wearable app was born as well. Feel free to open the source up and take a look. Especially the wearable bits. That was a complicated beast.
You will need to generate your own API key from meh and add it to your gradle.properties file (create one in your home directory, under .gradle). You will also need to create an API key for the YouTube API if you want videos to show up while you are building. The app also uses Fabric for Crashlytics, so you will need to generate your own crashlytics key. All in all, your gradle.properties will look something like this:
MEH_API_KEY="api_key_here" GOOGLE_API_KEY="google_key_here" FABRIC_KEY=fabric_key_here KEYSTORE_PATH = path_to_keystore.jks KEYSTORE_PASSWORD = keystorepassword KEY_PASSWORD = keypassword
Pull requests are welcomed and encouraged. If you experience any bugs, please file an issue
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