Very useful plugin, especially now that the server ip, port and timeout can use tasker variables. Just a word of caution. With the new version I found I needed to recreate the tasker Send/Expect configuration entries. If I just edited the existing ones the Send/Expect would work but it would not populate the return tasker variable.
This solved a major need for me to control a computer connected robot from my Android Wear watch (using "AutoWear") . New feature for target and port from Tasker variables makes it even more useful! Can I rate 6 stars?
Great This is really useful and very well written. I use it to remote control things via the internet. Together with Tasker it saved me from having to write a custom app.
Great More regex examples would make it five star. Would be nice to have simple way to grab receive buffer and place in Tasker variable.
Great app Makes sending TCP sockets triggered by a Tasker event a breeze! Very easy to use and works well.
Does What It Says Much easier than writing an sl4a Perl script to open a socket. Especially handy that variables are carried in and out of Tasker. If you enjoy Regular Expressions and opening up Android's connectivity through Tasker, this app is for you.
Fixed problem (port and timeout values) with editing Tasker Send/Expect configurations created in previous versions.