This is a MicroBridge demo written in Python to use with Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A). It's based on the Android demo written by Niels Brouwers. You can see my demo running here. Feel free to watch and fork.
I was doing an Arduino project where I needed to control some stuffs over the network. Instead of buying a Wifi Shield, I bought an USB Host Shield to plug my Android cellphone and use its wireless link.
Since I was too lazy to install Eclipse, Android SDK and learn the basics of Android programming, I have installed SL4A and started to prototype with Python when I found out that I could use scripting languages with MicroBridge when I saw this guy using it with SL4A JRuby.
microbridgefolder into your Android SDCard path:
- Build the circuit following the schematics and upload
arduino_demo.inoto your Arduino;
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