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Advanced Workshop on Developing Mozilla Firefox OS Apps
On 10th and 11th of January 2014, Swecha organized an Advanced training workshop on Mozilla Firefox OS Application building. About 25 students who were already trained on the prerequisites (HTML, CSS, JS) for Firefox OS Apps attended the workshop.
Ganesh Katrapati (Research Assistant at IIIT-Hyderabad) : Ganesh introduced app development in Firefox OS, starting the tools one needs to develop the apps to various kinds of API's and Storage options available for the developer for kickstarting his/her app.
APP-Development:Following the session on Firefox OS, students were grouped into teams of two. These teams then developed one firefox os app each. These are some of the apps that were developed.
|Santosh and Shashank developed a Note Making app for firefox os. Using the app, one can add a note, and view all the notes present. They added visually attractive CSS3 elements to the app. They used HTML5's LocalStorage to store the notes in a persistent manner. Their app can be downloaded, used, modified and redistributed from : https://code.swecha.org/shashank/note-making|
| Akhil and Yeshwant made a CSS3 Calculator . They describe it as
| Hemant and Rahman made a City Guide Application . They describe it as
This is application is very useful for a person who is new to any town or a city. It serves as a personal guide and provides the user with pages of information which help him/her to explore the city better. They can know the city's updates too. This app also contains all the contact numbers of important services in the city like the police stations, hotels etc.
| Kiran and Rajesh made a Music Player . They describe it as
This app was developed using HTML5, CSS3 and JS. Player can create music files as a playlist and the app will load the music files. A cool CSS3 layout was used for the pause/play interface itself.. Checkout the code at https://code.swecha.org/Rajeshkumarsheela/music-player
| Anirudh and Shiva made an RSS Client for the Swecha.org website . They describe it as
This app provides all the updates from the swecha.org site. It pulls the RSS content from the website and it reads the feed using JQuery-RSS Library. HTML5 and CSS was also used.
| Sheeban and Raju made an RSS Client for the Gutenberg.org website . Sheeban describes it as
Gutenberg is an online portal where many efforts are going on for the encouragement of digitizing books. The project gutenberg is a place where we can freely read them or download them.
After creating these apps, each team presented their app, explained the functionality and went through the details of building the app.