I am currently waiting on a delivery of the ChronoDot V2.1 to complete the timestamp aspect of my current project. In the meantime, I would like to explore the possibilities of the RN-42 Bluetooth Module that I recently purchased, and of course, I suppose like most people, I want to be able to control my project with an Android device
With this in mind, I started exploring my options, and stumbled across the MIT App Inventor (appinventor.org/appInventor2
). I am truly amazed that I have not seen any discussion about this in the forum. MIT App Inventor provides you with the capability of creating Android apps and allows you to test them as you build your app. All I can say is "WOW". I don't know how this will all work out, but I certainly intend to explore the possibilties, over the next several days or weeks. I am hoping that I can use this in my current project, in addition to another huge project which has been placed on hold
Anyhow, I will most likely start my adventure sometime later today. If you think I am barking up the wrong tree, then please let me know the drawbacks.