Tools and frameworks

Rascunho
Esta página está incompleta.

ta ligado

To aqui para dizer que nois aqui do Pará samos locos sim, corremos caimos se levantamos por que samos de Belém PA, assim eu descrevo aqui a minha terra saiba mais aqui mail e IRC (Nois samos locos)

Note: This set of resources provides general information on tools and 3rd party code that will be useful to you when building open web apps/Firefox OS apps. If you are looking for specific solutions (such as offline or manipulating media), there are recommended frameworks, etc. in our Building Web apps pages.)

Debugging

App developer tools
The page provides a summary of all the most useful Mozilla developer tools for app development.
Using the app manager
The Firefox OS app manager is our premier tool for debugging Firefox OS apps. This guide explains how to use it.
App debugging workflow
TBD

Mozilla building blocks

Web components and Mozilla Brick
Mozilla Brick is a web component library, based on the X-Tag library, which allows easy usage of custom elements.
Using app templates
To help you get going with app development as quickly as possible, there are some template apps you can use as a basis for your own apps. This guide provides information on those templates, how to get them, and how to work with them.
Working with common libraries and frameworks
This article provides a summary of the different JavaScript libraries and frameworks you might choose to work with when developing an open web app, along with tips, tricks, and gotchas to be aware of.
Building blocks
A library of components for use in Open Web Apps, including usage guides, assets, and HTML, CSS and JavaScript code snippets.

Cross-platform apps and build tools

Cordova support for Firefox OS
This article provides a basic introduction to Apache Cordova and explains how to use it to generate an open web app for installation on Firefox OS.
Cordova Firefox OS plugin reference
Reference showing sample code and examples for the Cordova plugins that currently support Firefox OS.
Web Runtime
TBD
Brunch.io
TBD
Yeoman
TBD

Common frameworks and libraries

Working with Ember
TBD
Working with Angular
TBD
Working with Backbone
TBD

Testing and validation

Validating web apps with the App Validator
The Apps Validator is a tool designed to scan open web apps for problems and invalid code. By using a combination of various techniques and detection mechanisms, the validator is capable of being both efficient as well as thorough. This article explains how to use it.

Web components

X-Tag
X-Tag and the web components specification family provide a means for us to define custom elements that will dealt with as first class citizens by the browser, rather than as an inefficient afterthought. This guide explains how they work.
Custom elements
This article describes some of the most useful custom elements available inside Mozilla's X-Tag library.

 

Etiquetas do documento e colaboradores

 Colaboradores desta página: cleyton5501, Gabriel_Lima
 Última atualização por: cleyton5501,