[Koha] Koha - Mobile web version.
dschust at tx.rr.com
dschust at tx.rr.com
Thu Jan 5 10:05:08 NZDT 2012
So has the css been shared for the mobile website someplace? I don't want to recreate any more wheels!
I've also looked at modifying existing code to create a mobile Koha, but what I have done requires manual updates to templates etc.. Plus it was done PRE-Template Toolkit... So now I need to clean it up for submission under the 3.6 using TT.
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---- Henri-Damien LAURENT <henridamien.laurent at biblibre.com> wrote:
> Le lundi 14 novembre 2011 à 13:12 -0500, Ian Walls a écrit :
> Nucsoft OSS Labs mentioned at KohaCon 2012 that they're commissioned
> to write a Mobile OPAC for one of their customers. Hopefully one of
> their team can provide some more details on what this will entail.
> BibLibre also indicated they were working on a mobile CSS. Two
> different ByWater partners have also expressed interest in making this
We did it.
You can test it here :
using css only is quite interesting because :
- easy to maintain
- all the OPAC features
less smoothly integrated in the mobile phone.
requires internet connection.
> I think what needs to happen next is the community needs to get
> together and come up with a list of features and design styles that
> should make up a Mobile OPAC, and put together a implementation plan
> on which to do first. If we have a unified specification out there,
> all these different parties can work together towards the same goal,
> rather than having half a dozen different implementations floating
> around out there.
> Some questions to ask:
> * CSS-based, or a new template?
> * What features first? Search and biblio details seem obvious.
> What about user logged-in features?
> * Specific features for mobiles, like integration with GPS,
> compass, accelerometer and camera? This may require
> OS-specific apps, but would make the model tool that much more
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