Remote Desktop Server v1.5
Copyright 2010 Justin Taylor This software can be distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Receives messages via UDP socket alowing a remote device to control any computer's peripherals.
The server has a UI that allows the user the specify a port to listen on, then waits for a connection from the Andoird device. There are two classes to the server.
What's that? You just want to use the app!?! You don't want to mess with the hassle of eclipse? In that case just download http://central.tayloredapps.org/server.jar and run it on any desktop that has JRE installed. Then mosy on over and download http://central.tayloredapps.org/Android-remote-client.apk to your android device.
Now that you have everything you need, open the server on the Desktop you are trying to connect to and click connect. Then open up the app on your mobile deivce. Make sure the IP address field matches the IP listed on your desktop server. Then click connect. Now, you are ready to control your dekstop.
ServerWindow This class contains both the GUI and the server. Messages from the Android device is received on the server thread then passed to and AutoBot object (See section 1.b below).
AutoBot Receives messages from the server thread and translates them to I/O interactions (Move Mouse, Keyboard key stroke). The messages constant file defines what messages are recognized.