I installed ASE, but I haven't done much with it yet. I'm not a big fan of GUI building and haven't had any really compelling ideas.
If someone really wants to work with Lua on Android, the thing to do is dig into the NDK. The best thing for Lua mobile app development would be a simple toolkit to provide a consistent API to most common phone functionality across platforms.
My waffle iron beat up your smart phone.
On Sep 12, 2010 11:05 AM, "Valerio Schiavoni" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hello,does anyone already used this project:It supports Lua scripting for Android apps.It'd be great if someone could share its experience with that.Thanks,valerio