Category Archives: Igalia

Igalia related news

WebKitGTK+ accelerated composition on Wayland

As part of my work at Igalia browsers team, I am working on making WebKitGTK+ and Epiphany work on Wayland. Just running non 3D websites on Wayland did not involve too much work. But running the OpenGL accelerated code in WebKit … Continue reading

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IwkMail, mixing WebKit Gtk+, Camel and JQuery Mobile

In the last few weeks, as part of my work here at Igalia, I’ve been playing a bit with the concept of hybrid applications. In this case, I’ve created a basic prototype of a mail application, with its user interface … Continue reading

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Epiphany meets the web app stores

In last weeks, I’ve been taking a look at the web applications standards support in Epiphany, as part of my work at Igalia. Xan wrote about the Save as web application feature present in Epiphany 3.2, that is a base … Continue reading

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Talk about Modest 4 for Guadec next Thursday. Challenges of portability between Hildon and GNOME.

Tomorrow I’m leaving to GUADEC 2010.  I’m goint to assist only on Thursday this time, when I’ll be doing this year GUADEC talk about Modest project. This time the talk focus will be completely different, as I’ll be explaining the … Continue reading

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Clutter Grilo Player 0.1.1

This week I’ve been working a bit more in the Clutter Grilo Player. And finally did release 0.1.1: Fullscreen button. Keyboard shortcuts. Volume control. Now we sort search results. Translation support. Style fixes (no more ugly red buttons in media … Continue reading

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First release of Clutter Grilo Player

Last weeks I’ve been playing with Clutter and Mx libraries, with the idea of knowing them deeper while also trying to help a bit. Honestly, I believe that the best way to learn about such things is just creating something … Continue reading

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Tinymail moved to gitorious.

After some migration work, now we have Tinymail repository completely migrated to gitorious.org: http://gitorious.org/tinymail I’ve rescued all the branches available in our svn and tried to keep the proper authorship attributions. So, from now on, the development should happen in … Continue reading

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Modest mail, now in gitorious.org

This week we’ve finally moved Modest to gitorious: http://gitorious.org/modest/ The repository itself is called modest: http://gitorious.org/modest/modest/ git://gitorious.org/modest/modest.git Reasons are basically that gitorious is faster and better providing git services. So I hope the change is for good. All the other … Continue reading

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Launchpad PPA for Modest 3.90 series (Gnome&Moblin port)

Gnome/Moblin Modest As I told in previous post, we’re developing actively a port of Modest for Gnome and Moblin, trying to keep the user experience we created in Maemo Fremantle releases. While the goal is having something working for Moblin, … Continue reading

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What’s going on in Modest: new Gnome/Moblin port.

As many of you know, Modest is the mail client of Nokia n810 and n900 devices. As that, there is a huge effort on it, to make a really good mail experience in those devices. But for last years, the … Continue reading

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