Track your roaming staff, know their whereabouts and give them orders
Track your roaming staff, know their whereabouts and give them orders instantly. Works with web admin app, Android, Nokia etc. clients...
RSS Reader is a mobile J2ME (Java ME) app. that runs on Java enabled phones. User can store multiple RSS/ATOM feeds as bookmarks. Can import from OPLM file or HTML file with links. Can read offline. MIDP 2.0/some MIDP 1.0. Specify which MIDP w/issue
The "Schnitzelhunt" is a mobile educational ralley (scavenger hunt) for cellphones. Schnitzelhunt can be used just for fun, but it was conceptualized as a mobile learning tool to support lectures in tradtitional education.
LoroDux is planned to be a OSM and Java based multi platform navigation software for mobile devices for blind and visually impaired persons. Release of first alpha version was September 10, 2010. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/LoroDux
Extreme lightweight library to parse XML-Strings. Also includes a lightweight SOAP-Client that can even be used on mobile phones (JME)
Web editor for locative media GPS projects, deploys to Android App
NOTE: There is no longer a downloadable desktop app. The project is in the cloud now. See hipergeo.net and google play->hipergeo, still very beta, but up and running. The Walking Tools Reference Platform APIs provide support for GPS and GPX data processing for locative art practices (such as geo-annotation, drawing and narrative), in addition to telematic geospatial performances and other experimental practices with mobile phones. Among the resources are flexible, functional Android and JavaMe GPS compass and map widgets, and a fully standards compliant J2SE package for processing GPX files. (Both parsing into our GPX data class objects, and for formatting GPX file output.) There is also a lot of experimental code the walkingtools.net project inherited from C5Corp.com, and even some current projects from the B.A.N.G. lab at the University of California, San Diego.
XML based programming language which is translated into other programming languages before being compiled. Derives its syntax from C style languages such as Java, C# & Flex. iPhone BlackBerry Windows Mobile Palm OS Symbian Linux J2ME Android