[Noisebridge-discuss] Mobile App Hacking w Python
andrew at pachakutech.com
Mon Oct 7 19:29:25 UTC 2013
Currently, there is something that works for android
Unfortunately, the fellow is using the device emulator/adb, and translating
his hack onto my environment (Android OS) proved more difficult than the
time I want to spend not working SDK. I'd happy to revive my efforts if
there's interest in making this SDK. It seems reasonable to assume that the
scripting layer will fit into the SDK; it would be a great benefit to
humanity, so great that I wonder why the python herders haven't already
done it... madly forward...
On Oct 7, 2013 3:00 AM, "Nicholas LoCicero" <nick.locicero at gmail.com> wrote:
> I used a python script on a server to process a bunch of atuff and echo an
> integer string to an arduino. The arduino then barely had to do anything.
> It just used each integer as an individual process. It worked well and
> saved me from having to code the tricky stuff in arduino.
> Do you think this concept would work for mobile apps? I could build a
> simple skeleton with the sdk and let python do the complex processing?
> I'd love to know more from mobile app developers' perspectives.
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