Light Table became Open Source since January 7th, 2013 under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
In GNOME 3.12, Shell will be a single binary file. This change made for performance reasons.
An example how we mimic threads in GJS.
A new branch of modern powerful applications are coming for Linux Desktop, ignoring existed UI toolkits as Qt and GTK. Is this the future? Definitely yes!
A introduction for writing scripts in Gjs that runs from a terminal or a UI and spawn external programs.
Okay this is kinda an old one, but if you don’t know it yet.. you will get surprised ;)
A short introduction how you can fast create, robust versatile themes for GNOME Shell with Less.
This is just a continuation to my previous post for using WebKit to make GNOME Apps with rich User Interfaces (ie Games) that can run from a WebServer or natively in GNOME. This time I made some demos that illustrate capabilities like accessing your system from WebKit, connecting to remote servers and accessing filesystem of remote […]
First off, Happy New Year to *Everyone*! Since this is the first post of the new year, I thought to put a fancy title ;) I don’t know if this is the best way to make things, but what I did was to use the best and most established technologies that are available today and making […]
What is in common with the golden winner of 100 & 200m in 2012 (and 2008!) Olympic Games and Gnome3? They are both born to run fast and break records! The so unpopular Gnome3 won the Product of Year and Best Desktop Environment in Linux Journal Readers’ Choice Awards ’11, in every release makes a new record […]