28 ratings (4.071 average)
What's new in this version (1.3.1):
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* Source code editing on device
* Move to SD card enabled
* UI simplified, improved
* Added options to get in touch with users and share
* App icon changed
* Blackberry Playbook port (Android runtime)
* Permissions relaxed, Phone object removed
Write the code using online editor at http://www.sharpoid.com, then save and sync with the device using just a single click. Then share it with your friends and colleagues.
No matter whether you are just learning to code, or you are seasoned professional, Sharpoid helps you write code and run it on your device when and where you need it.
Sharplets have access to device functions: location services, sensors, network connectivity etc.
*** Get in touch ***
Visit http://sharpoid.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow @sharpapp on Twitter (http://twitter.com/sharpapp) for the latest news.
*** Permissions explained ***
Network communication: support for Net object, connecting to sharpoid.com, syncing source code
Your location: support for Location object
Visit http://sharpoid.com/api to find more about objects and how to use them.
Last comments from Android Market
Interesting... geek stuff :)
How do your own app
Nice idea. 4* for now. 5* if we could write/edit apps on the phone.
Might be something interesting, but for bow very incomplete. Poor docs, no editing on phone, ...
Edward Peter (*****)
New interface is great, and now works on Droid 2.1
Latest update fixed FC on Moto Droid w/ 2.1.
A tad confusing as it's not really related to C# at all but a good app overall.
C# Editor? I would love English instructions / user interface to be able to use better.