This is some kind of breaking news, and actually not related to computers and operating systems :D. But, people who downloaded previous version(s) of JabirOS may remember, we used this theme as our *original* website theme, and we’ve done lots of changes on this theme.
For those who want to use this theme, this is Hemingway theme.
We announced development of CadmiumUI, as online side of JabirOS, so we’re now developing our offline side. We’ll do offline side better, because :
- JabirOS is being developed for people with weak and slow internet connections
- User can’t always use internet, specially laptop/tablet users.
We’re going to work on OpenBox as base, and we’ll add everything we need. Also, Offline side is a complete and minimal Desktop Environment, and it’s not only a window manager .
Founder and Leader of Jabir Project
As I tweeted yesterday, and I noticed a “Surprise”, now , I’m pleased to announce what this surprise is!
Now, all homes have almost one TV set, and this is why we wanted to create a TV platform.
Jabir TV will be available as an ARM-based device, and we’ll declare details soon.
If you want to know more, visit here.
JabirOS github repository updated, this new update includes JabirOS 2.0.1 Sources.
Also, JabirOS development team would create a repository for CadmiumUI and its dependencies on github, as soon as possible.
Leader and Founder of Jabir Project.
After releasing demo of CadmiumUI , we went to test it on JabirOS, the test was successful, and we could run CadmiumUI on JabirOS version 2.0.1.
We used OpenBox window manager and Firefox web browser as backend, and used a HTML5 based UI created by impress.js library.
Used technologies :
Also, other web applications are ready for CadmiumUI, we’ll release news on this blog, as soon as possible.
Leader and Founder of Jabir Project
We were working on CadmiumUI, or HTML5-based GUI for JabirOS, in fact, for internet-side of JabirOS.
We have used this technologies in CadmiumUI :
- Java Script
- Impress.js library
- Home Screen Button (Don’t wonder, it’s only a HTML version of what you see on your iPhone!)
- Duck Duck Go embedded search engine
What makes JabirOS different?
Yes, CadmiumUI has another feature, which Ubuntu and others don’t have, Computer Games!
Also, it can be hacked by user, very easy.
How to see demo?
You just need to click on this link and then, click on Cadmium’s logo on opened page.
Send feedbacks to firstname.lastname@example.org , we’ll read them, and answer you as soon as possible.
Leader and Founder of the Jabir Project.
If you follow Jabir Project Tweets, you must know that we’re working on a HTML5-based GUI. In fact, our plans for JabirOS 2.1 is an operating system with two sides! one internet-based, and one HDD-based. Our internet-based side is made up of :
- HTML5, CSS3 and Java Script based GUI,
- rollApp based web-applications
- DuckDuck Go search section in main GUI
- Tabbed Browsing alongside GUI.
Also, we’ve selected Firefox web browser as a base for running our HTML5-based GUI. The GUI’s name is Cadmium, and it’d be available as soon as possible, by an online demo.
Founder and Leader of the Jabir Project.
Jabir Project’s website can be used as an application on iOS for now. You just need an iOS device and an internet connection to access our website.
How to add website to home screen!
- Open Safari, and type our address :
Oh, this screenshot is token before header change :-D
- Tap on page settings button (in photo above, it’s in the center) and choose “Add to Home Screen”.
- You would see this page, then tap on “Add”
- Now, you’re on home screen and can see “Jabir Project” icon :
You’ve added our icon on your home screen, our website is responsive on android, too. Every time you tap on Jabir Project’s icon on your phone, you’d see this page :
And you can access our pages, social media, etc.
JabirOS 2.0-RELEASE needed some little corrections in bsdinstall program and some other scripts. We have edited codebase, and now, JabirOS 2.0.1 is here.
After release of JabirOS “NanoBSD” configuration for Raspberry Pi boards, team has decided to release memstick image, too.
This images doesn’t include “uBoot”, unfortunately , you have to compile/install uboot yourself.
Link : JabirOS for Raspberry Pi