APDE - Android Processing IDE

APDE - Android Processing IDE

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APDE (Android Processing Development Environment) is an integrated development environment for creating Processing sketches on your phone / tablet. APDE supports the full edit, compile, and run cycle. You don't need a computer or an SDK to start coding on the go.

APDE is currently in an alpha stage. Lots of things will change in the future, and many more features will be added. The app is under active development and you may encounter bugs and issues. If you find a bug or have an issue with using the app, please make sure to report it. If APDE crashes, make sure to submit the stack trace.

APDE requires the following permissions:
- Modify and delete the contents of your USB storage - required to save sketches to the external storage
- Control vibration - required to provide haptic feedback, which can be turned off in Settings

APDE is open source. You can find the source code, an issue tracker, and support, as well as a more detailed explanation of APDE's inner workings on GitHub:


Recently changed in this version

Version 0.2.4 Alpha
- Support for contributed libraries
- Added Library Manager, supports installation of zipped libraries (includes pre-build dexing of library JARs)
- Support for code and code-dex folders in the sketch folder

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  • (69 stars)

    by Abhijit Chirde on 26/05/2014

    Amazing for tweaking with processing codes on the go.

  • (69 stars)

    by Jil Rose Aubrey Taclap on 18/05/2014

    nice app and help me how to use it please

  • (69 stars)

    by George Bateman on 08/05/2014

    A few minor bugs, and the sketch debugging needs work, but very good for a beta.

  • (69 stars)

    by David Frieling on 27/04/2014


  • (69 stars)

    by Adnan Nassar on 26/04/2014

    Wow!Simply awesome

  • (69 stars)

    by Seb Andraos on 15/04/2014

    For creating sketches on the go this app is insanely practical. It allows you to quickly test things, run them, tweak and keep testing. Is it possible to include contributed libraries in these sketches?

  • (69 stars)

    by Ruan Viljoen on 06/04/2014

    I love the program, but I was wondering if it would be possible to add a way to connect with a micro controller (like an arduino) via serial port? Like "import processing.serial.*" and the later "port = new Serial(this, "COM4", 9600) This could make the interface a very nifty way to control a micro controller, maybe even wirelessly! :) Thanks for the hard work!