Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of SahanaOnMobileServer


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01/08/09 20:53:44 (13 years ago)
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nemik
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    77Next option would be Android. However it is not really very open to things like changing Wifi modes and no one has yet had it working as an access point either.
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    9 Currently, the best option seems to be Nokia Series 60 3rd Edition phones which support Nokia's MWS (Mobile Web Server, [http://opensource.nokia.com/projects/mobile-web-server/]) and [!PAMP|http://wiki.opensource.nokia.com/projects/PAMP] (Personal Apache MySQL PHP/Python) setup. This seems like an excellent choice because the Nokia phones are apparently capable of putting their Wifi cards into properly working Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure/Master modes for other devices to connect to them.
     9Currently, the best option seems to be Nokia Series 60 3rd Edition phones which support Nokia's MWS (Mobile Web Server, [http://opensource.nokia.com/projects/mobile-web-server/]) and [PAMP|http://wiki.opensource.nokia.com/projects/PAMP] (Personal Apache MySQL PHP/Python) setup. This seems like an excellent choice because the Nokia phones are apparently capable of putting their Wifi cards into properly working Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure/Master modes for other devices to connect to them.
    1010My only complaint about this is Nokia's choice to use MySQL which is a rather heavy and memory-intensive database for what should be a light app. In my opinion, something like SQLite would be a lot better suited for this purpose. I will try to see if there are any SQLite implementations in existence for the Nokia Series 60 platform. This would help to make the app faster and able to accommodate more simultaneous users.
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