[Noisebridge-discuss] Mobile App Hacking w Python

Nicholas LoCicero nick.locicero at gmail.com
Wed Oct 16 18:02:50 UTC 2013

The ceo of yammer summed up my idea perfectly in a tweet today.

"@DavidSacks: Uber-ification = the slimming down of application interfaces
into push-button experiences that do one thing. The next consumerization."

This is my whole idea. Learn python and have the app send the user's push
to a python script on a server to do cool things and help people. So,
should I use parse? What is Parse? All I need is a simple way to get an app
going with a simple button and python scripts on a server do_the_rest()
On Oct 7, 2013 12:29 PM, "Andrew Byrne" <andrew at pachakutech.com> wrote:

> Currently, there is something that works for android
> https://ep2013.europython.eu/conference/talks/developing-android-apps-completely-in-python
> Unfortunately, the fellow is using the device emulator/adb, and
> translating his hack onto my environment (Android OS) proved more difficult
> than the time I want to spend not working SDK. I'd happy to revive my
> efforts if there's interest in making this SDK. It seems reasonable to
> assume that the scripting layer will fit into the SDK; it would be a great
> benefit to humanity, so great that I wonder why the python herders haven't
> already done it... madly forward...
> -AnB
> On Oct 7, 2013 3:00 AM, "Nicholas LoCicero" <nick.locicero at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> I used a python script on a server to process a bunch of atuff and echo
>> an integer string to an arduino. The arduino then barely had to do
>> anything. It just used each integer as an individual process. It worked
>> well and saved me from having to code the tricky stuff in arduino.
>> Do you think this concept would work for mobile apps? I could build a
>> simple skeleton with the sdk and let python do the complex processing?
>> I'd love to know more from mobile app developers' perspectives.
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