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05-21-2012 10:20 AM
Hello I was wondering if I could get some peoples opinion on a open source concept I just opened over at source forge?
Here is the link: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mindcontrol
Name: Mind Control
Platform Target: Mobile OS and Tablet Platforms
Type: Interface Development Environment ( IDE )
Language: C ( so far )
Connection: Over the Air
This is a 'Tablet & Mobile OS' IDE concept that allows for quicker processing by using application servers for the heavy work and allowing total development integration.
Mobile technology application have a need to reduce processing directives and file sizes. With these concepts at the core of of Mind Controls fundamentals; total development integration concepts like version controls, compiling, resource handling, library integration, debug system, JIT support and more can be achieved. A way of presenting these UI elements to make developers feel comfortable in its use and can quickly learn.its features is also a fundamental concepts to this project.
Why a mobile IDE? This program is intending for developers who move. Need to make changes to existing code bases on the fly but have no computer access? Have an idea but you’re at the beach? Want to practice coding in your down time at the airport? It may not replace your desktop; it su
05-21-2012 12:18 PM
05-23-2012 01:45 AM
Android has a app like this called AIDE. I have used it on my android device and this is really helpful if you want to make code changes while on the go. I think this is a great idea to create a similar type of software for blackberry. Have a look at AIDE maybe you can get some pointers from there.