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Android Apps for Electronics and micro controllers ?

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ARMCORTEX:
pretty cool, it must be simple if its on android.

Tho I dont suggest programming or starting a microcontroller by deviating from those 2 companies.

I will fight anybody who disagrees with me that these 2 companies are not the best.

What platform is better for ARM than LPCExpresso, what is always good for the job besides Microchip.

I defy you nerd.

e2matrix:

--- Quote from: ARMCORTEX on August 31, 2014, 01:07:11 AM ---pretty cool, it must be simple if its on android.

Tho I dont suggest programming or starting a microcontroller by deviating from those 2 companies.

I will fight anybody who disagrees with me that these 2 companies are not the best.

What platform is better for ARM than LPCExpresso, what is always good for the job besides Microchip.

I defy you nerd.

--- End quote ---
It appears you are fairly ignorant about the capabilities of smartphones running the Android OS.   I have smartphone running  a Quad Core CPU at 2.3 GHz with 3 GB Ram and 64 GB storage, Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, temperature, humidity, gesture, light sensors, 2 cameras and more.  It is a lot faster than desktop computers were just a couple years ago.   Running high end games has always been what pushes computers to the maximum and if you have seen what can run fast on a smartphone like this one you would not likely be making statements like that.   Oh and I can hook mine up to a 50" smart TV and it still is crisp and clear.  I defy you fool.   :P

Farmhand:

--- Quote from: ARMCORTEX on August 31, 2014, 01:07:11 AM ---pretty cool, it must be simple if its on android.

Tho I dont suggest programming or starting a microcontroller by deviating from those 2 companies.

I will fight anybody who disagrees with me that these 2 companies are not the best.

What platform is better for ARM than LPCExpresso, what is always good for the job besides Microchip.

I defy you nerd.

--- End quote ---

I defend your right to defy whatever you like but..........

I still don't get what you are on about, calling me a nerd is like calling Obama a human rights activist. Way off the mark.  :)

And just in case it was the axepad comment, I did not say that axepad is available as an app for Android. I used it as an example
of a light weight program which can do part of what the main picaxe editor can do. If there was an app for it then I see no reason
why a picaxe program could not be transferred to an android device from a computer and then the android device be it a phone
or tablet could then load the program to a picaxe chip in a device away from the computer.

I don't get turned on by electronics, it's a hobby not a fetish.  ;D

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