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wire-ios - 📱 Wire for iOS (iPhone and iPad)

This repository is part of the source code of Wire. You can find more information at wire.com or by contacting opensource@wire.com.You can find the published source code at github.com/wireapp/wire.

Kolibri - The offline app for universal education

Kolibri is a Learning Management System / Learning App designed to run on low-power devices, targeting the needs of learners and teachers in contexts with limited infrastructure. A user can install Kolibri and serve the app on a local network, without an internet connection. Kolibri installations can be linked to one another, so that user data and content can be shared. Users can create content for Kolibri and share it when there is network access to another Kolibri installation or the internet.

Windows 8 - Using Roaming Storage in a Casual Game

This application demonstrates a simple game written for Windows 8 that illustrates how to utilize the Roaming Data Store for game data synchronization.

Bible Mobile

The purpose of this project is to create a C#, ASP.NET, Microsoft SQL 2008 server Bible for mobile devices.

PhoneGap Extensions - Alpha Version

This project was created to solve some issues about PhoneGap. The first issue to solve is how to reuse HTML code through include files.

9 Cards - An Open Source Android Launcher built with Scala on Android

9 Cards is an open source home launcher for Android written in Scala. This mobile application does the bulk of the work for you, organizing your apps into collections, giving you quick and easy access to the apps you need most, when you need them. 9 Cards doesn’t use common Java Android libraries for views; instead, all views are based on Macroid for Functional UI composition and the business logic in the client is built atop a simple monad transformer stack in Scala

Navigation Aid For Visually Impaired

Navigation Aid helps the visually impaired to travel alone. A mobile camera is used as the "eye" of the system and a web service is used as the "brain" to process the captured images. The output is an audio description of the scene captured.