[sword-devel] English transliteration of Greek or Hebrew words
contact at tklein.info
Sun May 16 11:29:48 EDT 2021
I am still planning to develop that interlinear functionality that I
wrote about in February, I have not started yet ... but will soon.
The interlinear visualization used by BibleHub is actually nice! I could
imagine to do something similar in Ezra Bible App.
I am currently not targeting mobile use with Ezra, but certainly tablets
(Windows and Android) and the user interface is also touch-based. In the
future we may see an iPad version as well.
You already find a strongs dictionary functionality in Ezra, similar to
what other frontends are doing, with the typical mouse-over strongs-word
/ dictionary update. But that only works on the desktop due to the
Focussing more on being touch-friendly is one of my goals for new
functionality in Ezra. In fact, for me personally my Android tablet has
become the primary device for this software ... at least for casual study.
I'd also be curious to see screenshots of your work!
I'll be keeping you posted whenever I have something ready to try. I am
personally not a Greek/Hebrew expert, but nevertheless I enjoy some
tool-based original language study. I'd be happy about getting feedback
from users like you in the future!
On 5/15/21 10:23 AM, Jeff Becker wrote:
> Tobias (et al),
> I’ve been developing and using (for my own personal edification) a
> Greek/Hebrew reader that responds to touch/click with English
> translation, Strong’s numbers (with links) and a parsing code (gender,
> number, case, person, etc.)
> I’ve decided to either find something that meets my growing needs or
> make it. But to do so requires data. The current version is based
> and T-SQL (MSSQL).
> If you’re working on one I’d like to discuss joining our efforts if
> our goals are compatible. Otherwise, I’m looking at the possibility
> of using the resources available through the SWORD project as a basis
> for my efforts.
> My goals are (in no particular order):
> -An easy to use phone, tablet and desktop app (already in current version)
> -Touch/click responses by displaying various information
> (lexicography, parsing) (already in current version)
> -Ability to select various reading plans such as canonical order,
> Daniel Wallace’s One Year reading plan, chronological based on writing
> (already in current version)
> -Stored bookmarks (client and server storage shared across individual
> user’s computers) (already in current version)
> -Derived words in common language such as transliterations as a memory
> reinforcement tactic (eg. ‘geo’ – ‘graphy’);
> -Ability to substitute other languages for English translations /
> I can’t post a link here because I haven’t received permission or
> reuse the source material (BibleHub’s Greek-English and Hebrew-English
> Interlinear). I am currently the only person using it. I’ve done so
> to avoid any ethical or legal infringement on the source material.
> If you or anyone else reading this are interested in working together
> I’d be happy to share my relevant code and experience.
> Jeff Becker
> *From:*sword-devel [mailto:sword-devel-bounces at crosswire.org] *On
> Behalf Of *Tobias Klein
> *Sent:* Saturday, February 27, 2021 9:44 AM
> *To:* SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum
> *Subject:* [sword-devel] English transliteration of Greek or Hebrew words
> I am planning an *interlinear view component* for Ezra Project and as
> part of that I would like to show English transliterations of Greek or
> Hebrew words.
> Do you know of any other solutions out there?
> Best regards,
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