How hard would it be to make a second language of sorts for the Android?

by Anthony Walker » Wed, 11 Nov 2009 23:02:38 GMT


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 I just started reading up on developing apps for Android and it's
quite confusing as I don't know any Java. So I was thinking how hard
would it be to make a simple point & click Flash application that
modifies your Eclipse workspace files?

For example, in a game, you want your player to go left when you roll
the trackball left.
So in the app maker you click the character,
select on - trackball left
move left at a speed of __

Then it inserts template code into a few files in the workspace to
make that happen, all the variables such as button, speed, direction,
all defined by you.

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