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Android-scripting - Scripting Layer for Android brings scripting languages to Android.

Android-scripting - Scripting Layer for Android brings scripting languages to Android.
SL4A's source has moved to github. The issue tracker, wiki, and downloads will continue to be hosted here. Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A) brings scripting languages to Android by allowing you to edit and execute scripts and interactive interpreters directly on the Android device. These scripts have access to many of the APIs available to full-fledged Android applications, but with a greatly simplified interface that makes it easy to get things done. Scripts can be run interactively in a terminal, in the background, or via Locale. Python, Perl, JRuby, Lua, BeanShell, JavaScript, Tcl, and shell are currently supported, and we're planning to add more. SL4A is designed for developers and is alpha quality software. To install SL4A, you will need to enable the "Unknown sources" option in your device's "Application" settings. Still have questions? Want to learn more? You can buy "Practical Android Projects" on Amazon or directly from Apress. What's Powered by SL4A? Want to see SL4A in action?

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RFO BASIC! for Android RFO BASIC! is a dialect of Dartmouth Basic that allows you to write and run programs directly on your Android device. In addition to the traditional Basic features, your have access to: Graphics (with Multi-touch), HTML and JavaScript available for user interfaces, SQL, GPS, Device Sensors, Music Play, Sound Pools, Audio Recording, Tone Generation, Camera, Data Structures such as:Array/List/Stack/Bundle Internet Browsing, Text and Byte file I/O, Encryption, User defined functions, FTP Client, TCP/IP Client and Server Sockets, Bluetooth, Send SMS Messages, Send Emails, Make a phone call, Superuser access *** Android Custom Calendar View Hello Friends, Have you Searching for Android calender syncing in your android app.Displaying all the events, birthday, reminder and meeting In your android app. Today I am sharing my another android tutorial for android custom calendar view and listing all the calendar event in my own android app. It is a small sample application for syncing of android calender events. 1.

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Programming with Calendar One of the popular apps on Android device is the Calendar application. As one of the android app development philosophy is to make use of functionalities of other apps, it is expected by many developers that we can access the calendar data easily. However, the truth is NO! Android doesn’t provide an official API for read/write Calendar data, probably because Android is going to change the calendar data format in future release. The good news is there’re workarounds, more than one. This tutorial will list out those methods and provide an example at the end of the tutorial.

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