Maemo provides an open source development platform for Nokia Internet Tablets and other Linux-based devices. It is build from components widely used in open desktop and mobile systems. We strive to make maemo open, accessible and useful to all developers wanting to squeeze the possibilities of the mobile desktop and the Internet.
Hildon is an application framework originally developed for mobile devices (PDAs, mobile phones, etc.) running the Linux operating system. It was developed by Nokia for the Maemo operating system and is now a part of GNOME. It focuses on providing a finger-friendly interface. It is primarily a set
... [More] of GTK+ extensions that provide mobile-device–oriented functionality, but also provides a desktop environment that includes a task navigator for opening and switching between programs, a control panel for user settings, and status bar, task bar and home applets. It is standard on the Maemo platform used by the Nokia Internet Tablets and the Nokia N900 smartphone.
Hildon has also been selected as the framework for Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded Edition. [Less]
moToDo is a todo-list for Moblin being developed for the 'Intel Moblin Developer Challenge' contest for Brazil.
Focused on usability and ease-of-use, with moToDo you'll be able to: Create repeating tasks Set priorities and deadlines for each activity Add notes, location information, etc to a task
... [More] Become organized!
Since it was needed to create a UI mockup before coding, some things may change, but the UI will mostly look like the following: [Less]
HAIL: Hildon Accessibility Implementation Library
HAIL provides accessibility support for hildon-widgets, the old hildon-desktop and libhildondesktop, and hildon file manager.
It is a equivalent to GAIL (Gnome Accessibility Implementation Library) in Hildon.