Hi, thanks for reply. I am able to use HMTL via browser to run ide commands directly to an Arduino. Standard HTML links using IDE coding resulting in a webpage control of an Arduino. HTML Code running IDE parsed links in a web browser can be done by a 7 year old; very easy. HTML is also works on all platforms: Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, and all browsers.
Yes, it is true that I do flash code to the Spark Core like an Arduino but, how does a user rename a Tinker Pin 1 to LED 1 ? or A1 to Temperature ? without coding the API / xml ?
Am I wrong ? Is there something that I am unaware of to make these changes at a user level; like in a xml file. Or, is it the case that you need to be a Android java programmer to make or modify the API Android interface to change the user interface, i.e, Pin 1 —> Kitchen Light ?
Update Reason: 17 Errors in API Source from Github using Eclipse.
I just wanted to add why I am asking. I followed the readme.md instructions for inclusion of fonts and the Ti SmartConfig.jar in to the Spark Core API source code. Then I imported the code as instructed. The result of which was 17 errors and 1 warning in Eclipse. It won’t run in debugger in this state so I obviously have a learning curve called, Become an Android programmer.
This Spark Core is awesome. The Cloud is awesome but, sometimes simple and back to basics or option thereof is even more awesome. Most of my products will be controlled by an user from within their own local network not requiring the cloud. No product will be successful if its not very, very, very simple to use.