Hello developers, have you ever given a thought about securing your content when it is being used in communication? If yes then this blog might help you in achieving so.
MD5 stands for Message Digest(5 denotes the series), which is a hashing algorithm used for generating the fingerprint of the content. It was designed in 1991 by Ronald Rivest at MIT.
MD5 algorithm is a one way hashing process which means you cannot generate original text from the hash code.It always produces the same output for the similar input, and this property is used for checking the data integrity. You can compare the two hash codes at destination(one which is received from server and one which is already present at destination) and check whether the files contains the same content or not.
If you are an android developer, you must have faced the problem of slowing down or even crash of your app while implementing complex image processing operations? I faced the same and found RenderScripts as appropriate solution to it.
The RenderScript are used in android for complex computations such as image processing. The Scripts are based on the C99 standard of C language. RenderScripts was introduced in API 11 i.e. Honeycomb.
For accessing RenderScript in android there are two API’s
1. Android.renderscript :- from API 11(HoneyComb) to higher API’s.
2. Android.support.v8.renderscript :- from API 8(Froyo) to higher.