The closest I can think of is PhoneGap, although that's not very close
in that it doesn't handle the W3C Widget specs specifically; however
it will generate an Android app from an index.html ... so perhaps with
a bit of pre-processing it could be useful here?
BTW nice work :)
Maybe it would make sense to built a custom version of PhoneGap,
providing the W3C widget APIs to an embedded widget.
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This sounds great work - thanks for sharing it!
The best W3C Widget runtime for Android would seem to be Aplix:
However, it isn't (yet?) open source, so you'd need to get in touch with them to see if you could get access to a test environment.
Also - would the solution you've worked on also enable OpenLaszlo widgets to be deployed using Apache Wookie?
Wookie is a very promising project. I'll keep you updated with my