Adorable Avatars Web Utility
Stable Version 1.0.1
Published on 3 Feb by 
Created on 23 January 2017
Details
Uses http://adorable.io to generate random, deterministic avatars based on a unique hash or identifier. Useful for prototyping.
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What’s new (1.0.1)
  • new build with latest platform version
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Category
UI & Widgets
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Adorable Avatars Web Utility has no dependencies.
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Platform
10.0.0.402
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All
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