Android and the Git Data API

You might not use your phone right now as a developer tool, but the odds are that you will soon. At the moment, phones and tablets can be great for reading code, but the editors we developers use on our laptops have not yet been reimagined for mobile devices. We are getting close though: the GitHub API is accessible through the well written EGit client library for Java, and this library supports both reading data stored on GitHub and writing data back into it. These are a perfect set of building blocks to develop applications for the Android platform, currently the world’s most popular mobile OS.

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