Maleo with OpenSUSE 13.2
Run HTML5 Applications Natively More Easy
Estu Fardani is currently working as DevOps in Indonesian local startup, have 3 (three) years experience in system support as system administrator, 6 (six) years experience as GNU/Linux technical support, helpdesk and trainer. He has extensive experience in all aspects of managing event for local, national and international. Last year He success manage GNOME.Asia Summit 2015 at Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java. Indonesia and openSUSE.Asia Summit 2016 at UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta.
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Maleo (https://github.com/blankon/maleo) is a html5 application runner. It is built using Gtk+ Webkit port in Vala programming language. To use it, just feed the application with the absolute path containing the config.xml. The runner is powered by Seed runtime, or can use Node.js too.
Maleo is an endangered species of bird originating from Sulawesi island, Indonesia. Maleo is installed defaultly in BlankOn Linux (http://blankon.id), one of local GNU/Linux distribution in Indonesia. Imagine we can make anything html5 applications run natively in OpenSUSE. How many apps we can build?
The talk will start with how packaging maleo for OpenSUSE and then how make simple html5 apps for OpenSUSE, then packaging that app so it can be install directly in OpenSUSE.
- 2015 December 5 16:00
- 1 h
- openSUSE.Asia Summit 2015