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Following Microsoft's Recipes for Android Self-Programming

Microsoft is involved in a project geared toward self-programming and extending the functionality of the Android smartphone environment. That's surprising, because Microsoft has got its own phone OS that competes. However, on{X} in beta is bringing some unique JavaScript APIs to the table that let you program your phone remotely. Javascript rules you create on the on{X} website are pushed to the phone. When they are triggered using phone functions like GPS, they run actions. Actions can include SMS text messaging, opening an app, and so on.

 




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