ownCloud News Firefox OS application

In continuing to contribute to ownCloud project new version of ownCloud News application for Firefox OS is out. Current version is 0.2.0.

Considering that main ownCloud News application has operations like adding RSS feeds and folders, Firefox OS version is still very immature. Since Firefox OS is not very mature and not in spread use, this application has been ported to Android OS using PhoneGap. After getting over some installing catches, Android version was build and installed on devices. I had two devices to test Android version on:

  • Huawei Ascend Y300 (Android 4.1, 4 inch) and
  • Prestigio Multipad 10.1 Ultimate (Android 4.1, 10.1 inch).

First is gallery of screenshots made on Huawei:

Second gallery are screenshots made on Prestigio tablet:

Things to notice are changes when screen is wider on Huawei. This was easily accomplished by using Twitter Bootstrap framework.

As neat as it is, this application needs a lot of improvements. That is why it needs contribution. That is why I’m inviting every frontend developer and coder who are willing to learn to contribute. It is a great way to learn something new and participate in great project as ownCloud. There are other participants who are willing to give feedback on work.

Anyway, if you are using ownCloud stay tuned for more improvements. If you are not using it, this is a right time to start 🙂

Cheerz!

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2 thoughts on “ownCloud News Firefox OS application

    • You are most welcome to participate on project 🙂 At the moment cloning NewsApp repository in your private one will get you started. After that you will need a permision from Frank. Its best to join IRC owncloud-dev room on FreeNode server. You can contact me there. Cheers!

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