Category Archives: Design

GNOME Whiteboards: Hello IDE!

So far the IDE tools for developing GNOME Apps are Anjuta and Glade, but I think that most people use Eclipse+Plugins and gEdit anyway. GNOME recently choose to promote  JavaScript as the primary language for creating Apps for GNOME Platform and Allan Day designed a GUI for programming with the main focus in JavaScript.  

GNOME Whiteboards: Calendar, Maps and Power Updates!

There is a nice Search in Calendar, by Reda, a support for two batteries and plugged devices in Power Panel, by Allan and some mockups in Gnome Maps, by Andreas. Keep on mind that these are just early designs that may never arrive in GNOME the way they look now, or the may arrive at […]

The new List View in GNOME Shell Overview

GNOME 3.8 will offer a new search mechanism to the system (local + cloud) through the Shell Overview. While this work is not completed yet, it seems that has a lot of potential to become something really good. The Search Providers enables us to pick the locations that the system will search for files, while […]