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Maven logo indooratlas-android-sdk  3.0.0-alpha-994

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IndoorAtlas SDK for Android




2.2 MB



Status  Completed
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Type  Binary (contains binaries and binary artifacts)
Uploaded At 1 year, 9 months ago
Uploaded By jari-koliseva
Slug Id indooratlas-android-sdk-300-alpha-994aar-GTi
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Version (Raw) 3.0.0-alpha-994
Version (Parsed)
  • Major: 3
  • Minor: 0
  • Patch: 0
  • Pre (Str): alpha
  • Pre (Num): 994
  • Type: SemVer (Strict)
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2.1 MB
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pkg indooratlas-android-sdk-3.0.0-a… 1
156.2 KB
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pom indooratlas-android-sdk-3.0.0-a… 1
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Package Contents (indooratlas-android-sdk-3.0.0-alpha-994.aar)

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CVE-3252-87810: library: vulnerability title

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