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Google brings Android programming to your phone with ASE

Chris Ziegler

What's the value of that awesome keyboard on your Dev Phone 1 if you're not going to put it to good use? Fortunately, Google has asked the exact same question, deploying its Android Scripting Environment ("ASE," if you want to sound in-the-know around your Android programmer friends) to anyone looking to do some casual scripting from the comfort of their handset. You're probably not going to build the next great Android Twitter client using ASE, but if you just want to batch a few commands, this looks like a quick and easy way to do it -- and more importantly, it doesn't involve tethering up to your PC. ASE is available now on Google Code, so get hacking, folks.

[Via Talk Android]

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