A few months ago, my co-worker and cube-mate (we happen to share a compressed cube) Matt Wood wrote an Android application for Mesh Central. It was a way for him to learn the basics of Android programming and do something useful while at it. Well, tonight I took the next step and published this application on the Google Android App Store. It took a while to perform final tests, figure out how to sign the application and get an account and upload the application. In the end, it went very well and I was pleased to see the application on the top of the "What's new" list on my own phone.
The application is called "MeshCentral.com". I know it's a pretty silly name, but for now, it will do just fine. The application allows a user with a mesh network to log into mesh central and see all his computers, get basic information and power state information and perform remote power operations on the computers. You can turn off a computer remotely, and you can turn it back on as long as you have wake-on-lan support enabled and another peer compuer is on the same network.
Matt also used an Android graph library "AChart" to draw historical power state graphs in the application. Quite useful if you want to get a general idea of now many computers are on at any given time. In any case, big thanks to Matt Wood for building this applicaiton. To try it out yourself, get an account on MeshCentral.com and setup some computers using MeshConnector. You can find the Android application by searching "MeshCentral" on the in the Android Marketplace. It's free of course!
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