Posts Tagged ‘android’

ws4py – WebSocket client and server library for Python

Recently I released ws4py, a package that provides client and server WebSocket support for Python 2.6 and 2.7. Let’s first have a quick overview of what ws4py offers for now: WebSocket specification draft-10 of the current specification. A threaded client. This gives a simple client that doesn’t require an external dependency. A Tornado client. This […]

Running CherryPy on Android with SL4A

CherryPy runs on Android thanks to the SL4A project. So if you feel like running Python and your own web server on your Android device, well you can just do so. You’ve probably not heard something that awesome since the pizza delivery guy rung the door. How to get on about it? Well that’s the […]

Ubikod: Here I come

Today is my last day at Ipsis as I’m joining Ubikod starting from Monday to become a senior software developer. Ubikod is a young but enthusiastic company that is geared toward the future as they’re leading the way of social network for the Google Android platform through BuddyMob. The team is passionate and has gathered […]