by Paul Verest
Android Screen on PC
Just get jar and double-click or
java -jar droidAtScreen-1.1.jar
Note the screen refresh rate is actually limited by USB throughput, so getting devices with USB 3.0 support, such as Samsung_Galaxy_S5 would help.
Also an option is to get USB-to-HDMI cable and connect phone to projector.
Installing DroidVNC would allow to connect to Android remotely. But this option requires rooted device.
Link below also tries to summary https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/mobileblog/entry/mirroring_an_android_device_screen_onto_your_desktop?lang=en
New (as hot) and old (as not) fashion: http://www.javaworld.com/article/2084582/scripting-jvm-languages/15-hot-programming-trends-and-15-going-cold.html
It almost seems like there’s a trend against cross-platform kits. If people want to write once, run anywhere, they tend to use HTML
- make a web site. People are only using the platform toolkits when a native look and feel is highly demanded, for example on the iPhone. So if the whole reason you’re bothering with the non-web app is to get native look and feel, it doesn’t make a ton of sense to use a cross-platform kit.