> The PilBox kernel provides an interface to the Android Java runtime environment. To the PicoLisp code it looks like a remote database, where Java objects are mapped to PicoLisp DB objects, and Java functions and methods are executed via remote procedure calls.
It seems like that would cause a decent performance penalty. Is this for serious development, or just a way to play with lisp on Android?
So the GUI is a website shown in an app.