[sword-devel] Mobile Linux UIs
cmahte at gmail.com
Sun Nov 7 15:55:07 EST 2021
Bibletime mini is/was a separate initiative to make an android version
similar to bibletime. As far as I know it's completely separate from
Bibletime and largely inactive. It shows available for Android 2.3, last
release was 5 years ago. but while the interface is designed for touch on
small screens, it doesn't have a linuxOS port... just most of the 2012
phoneOS options at the end of the first smartphone war (symbian, windows
Bibletime desktop has 3 or 4 rows of menus/toolbars at the top of the
screen. Some of them might be disabled, but then the app would be even less
touch friendly... same for the sidebar. It's built for a large screen
format with a mouse pointer. not a touch interface.
Have you tried andbible via anbox? (is it possible to compile andbible to
run in linux natively or as a java app in linux?)
On Sun, Nov 7, 2021 at 2:30 PM Greg Hellings <greg.hellings at gmail.com>
> For my phone I've been moving to my new Pine Phone. For those unaware,
> this is a cell phone that runs mainline Linux and most of the popular
> desktop distributions are available on it - Arch, Fedora, Ubuntu, Manjaro,
> and about a dozen others I don't recall off the top of my head. I'm
> personally driving mine with Fedora.
> Which of our apps have the ability to run in a mobile friendly UI but on
> desktop software stacks? The current Pine Phone is very slow (only quad Arm
> A53 cores at 1 GHz), so the full browser experience to bring up a Bible in
> the browser is like going back to 2015. If I could build one of our native
> apps, it would be grand. I think Bible Time has a mobile UI option, but I
> don't know if it is compatible with a desktop stack. Are there any others?
> Is anyone willing to help me get one built?
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