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  • 1. Firefox OS http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/os/
  • 2. What is it? ● Firefox OS. Referred to as Boot 2 Gecko or B2G (codename). ● Firefox OS is an open source mobile operating system from Mozilla, based on Linux and powered by Mozilla's Gecko technology.
  • 3. Idea? ● Simply it's a Web App transformed in User Interface for your smartphone. ● The idea behind Firefox OS is simple: building apps for the mobile web using exactly the same tools and languages as the desktop web.
  • 4. Simple? ● Firefox OS is simple to create and work on. ● It is completely based on HTML5 and CSS3 just like a browser running on your phone.
  • 5. How is it build? ● Linux Core (GONK) ● Firefox OS is based on the proven firefox engine (GECKO). Fully open and standard proposed-APIs ● UX layer (GAIA)
  • 6. ● The main objective of Mozilla to develop it's OS was web made simple for smartphones. It's flexible and powerful enough to deliver the very best of smartphone. ● Internal Memory won't bother you in Firefox OS, as apps does not need downloading. ● it unleashes the power of open web on your smartphone. It enables end user to perform his/her task in web app online as well as offline through web cache.
  • 7. Developing Apps ● Its really easy. As easy, in fact, as throwing together a webpage. ● You just need to know HTML, CSS and jS ● If you want your app to actually do something useful you'll likely need to dive into JavaScript.
  • 8. Demo ● Firefox OS Simulator. ● GP - Keons
  • 9. Thank You !! ● Ankit Gadgil ● Mozilla Rep ● ankitgadgil@gmail.com ● @anknite