Tool for web developers - view in repository
Eases the pain of entering long URLs into a bunch of test devices by finding collections of URLs on the local network and allowing you to open them with a single tap. You can serve links from a GUI app on your workstation or from a Ruby script on a local development server (source code in same repo).
URLazy finds this list with no configuration required, provided you are connected to your network via Wi-Fi. This makes it super easy to test your projects on real devices without manually setting up bookmarks or entering URLs.
This is a better alternative to bookmarks or centralized index pages because new devices require no set-up and you don't have to edit URLs every time your environment changes - or if you take your work home. URLazy uses multicast UDP to find collections of links. If your network administrator enables it, this can even work across a corporate WAN.
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The current (recommended) version is 1.0a (version code 2).
This version is built and signed by F-Droid, and guaranteed to correspond to the source tarball published with it.
Version code: 2