>Welcome to the mailing list.
> The reason why we chose to work with ionic is that ionic helps to create
Hybrid apps ie. apps can be easily converted to Android, IOS without
writing codes separately.
Yeah, that makes sense.
>What do you feel we should convert it to java(android)?
It is mentioned in the project description on the GSoC Page
*"Write XML, integrate with the Android application". *Hence the confusion.
>The repository link has been updated. You can go through the repository
and sneak into issues. Would be looking forward to seeing your
I discussed some aspects here:
https://pagure.io/Fedora-app/issue/1#comment-495141. Would love to hear
your thoughts about it!
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:05 PM Kanika Murarka <a2ba...@fedoraproject.org>
> > Hi Everyone!
> > I am interested in contributing to Fedora Android App and design in
> > at Fedora, as a UI/UX Designer.
> Hi Abhishek,
> Welcome to mailing list.
> > I'm a digital creative currently majoring in Information Technology (with
> > minor in Human-Computer Interaction). My interest lies in product design
> > and user research but I don't mind banging lines of code to build stuff.
> > can view my portfolio here <http://www.thelittlewonder.co> or check
> > out my shots
> > on Dribbble <https://dribbble.com/thelittlewonder>;.
> > <https://dribbble.com/thelittlewonder>
> > I have decided to dedicate the summer to Fedora's Android App Redesign
> > integration (Improve Fedora Android App GSoC'18 Project
> > <
> > However, I have some Doubts for the mentors (👋Sumantro and Kanika):
> > - The project description talks about XML & Android but the codebase
> > <https://github.com/sumantro93/Fedora-Community-App> is currently in
> > - I am working on an App Critique and suggestions on the current design
> > the application, where should I be sharing that?
> The reason why we chose to work with ionic is because ionic helps to
> create Hybrid apps ie. apps can be easily converted to Android, IOS without
> writing codes separately. Now we are planning to work with system cache,
> which can also be implemented though ionic.
> What do you feel we should convert it to java(android ) or ionic would
> > - Are there any issues/problems I can work on as of now in order to make
> > GSoC application strong?
> The repository link has been updated. You can go through the repository
> and sneak into issues. Would be looking forward to see your contributions.
>  https://pagure.io/Fedora-app
> Kanika (a2batic)
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