HeclAndroidVersion: 20080730 Upload Date: 28 Jan 11
Hecl The Hecl Programming Language is a high-level, open source scripting language implemented in Java. It is intended to be small, extensible, extremely flexible, and easy to learn and use. Infact, it's small enough that it runs on J2ME-enabled cell phones!
Why Hecl? Hecl is intended as a complement to the Java programming language, not a replacement
M32 Did you ever try to learn Assembly? Modern CPUs are far too complex for beginners to learn the basic concepts behind assembly language. M32 simulates a simple CPU and lets you see what your code does: step-by-step
CroakDroid Lite is an unofficial Client application for the Hoptoad Error Tracking Service. It can be used to retrieve errors and display details about them. Requires an existing account and Auth Token.
This app is not officially associated with Hoptoad in any way. The name and logos for Hoptoad are trademarks of thoughtbot, inc
TabWidgetAndroidVersion: 1.0 Upload Date: 21 Jan 11
TabWidget Custom implementation of Android tabs, that overcomes some of the shortcoming of built-in tabs.
The widget allows us to add custom background and use custom icons, tabs can be Top/Bottom aligned
Simply Facebook is a light, simple, extensible Java library for accessing and modifying data available through the Facebook API. This is a useful tool on the Android platform, as the SDK does not ship with any means for accessing the Facebook API.
This library uses the Desktop mode approach for authentication
PeerDroidAndroidVersion: 1.1 Upload Date: 11 Jan 11
PeerDroid is the porting of JXME protocol to Android platform. It allows the Android developers to create application for Android platform that uses the features of JXTA system along with Android potential, interacting with other mobile terminals and other traditional peers (Personal-Computer)
UCML (Ubiquitous Control Modeling Language) is an XML-based language aiming at utilizing the local resources of smart handheld devices. Develop and execute ubiquitous control applications depending on Sensors, Condition, Response