hellomello VS dali

Compare hellomello vs dali and see what are their differences.


Experiments with writing Android apps in Nim (by akavel)


Indie assembler/linker for Dalvik VM .dex & .apk files (Work In Progress) (by akavel)
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hellomello dali
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0.0 0.0
almost 3 years ago about 1 month ago
C++ Nim
Apache License 2.0 GNU Affero General Public License v3.0
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of dali. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-02-01.
  • What is your “I don't care if this succeeds” project?
    42 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Feb 2021
    https://github.com/akavel/dali was one (a fully hand-written assembler for Android .apk files); I managed to write a rudimentary flappy-bird-like prototype in it and did a presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr9X5NCwPlI&list=PLxLdEZg8DR... but on shelf now, didn't get much attention, and I don't feel bad about it. Had some roadblocks, but managed to overcome them, and I'm honestly surprised how the core effort was basically easy to implement and how the formats were open and relatively simple. (The main real issues I had were that debugging via adb logs was tiresome when something was not working.) What was funny about this project was that I started it with basically a thought of: "there will be probably some annoying roadblock at some point that will make it unviable to continue; I accept that and will be ok with stopping once I stumble upon it; but I don't see one clearly from the start [I did some quick initial research how the formats & the bytecode look and they seemed rather simple], and I'm really curious how far I can get if I decide to not think about this possible roadblock". Turns out I was able to get all the way to the end :D

What are some alternatives?

When comparing hellomello and dali you can also consider the following projects:

PhoneVR - Use Steam VR-enabled applications with your phone as HMD (Head-mounted display). The only Open-Source solution to similar commercial packages like VRidge, iVRy, Trinus etc etc.

libtorrent4j - libtorrent for java, a swig Java interface for libtorrent

androguard - Reverse engineering and pentesting for Android applications

Misery - 3d programming is fun.

XAPKDetector - APK/DEX detector for Windows, Linux and MacOS.

LIEF - LIEF - Library to Instrument Executable Formats