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Learning Firefox OS Application Development by Tanay Pant

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Summary

In this chapter, you learned what Firefox OS is, why a developer should consider developing applications for Firefox OS, and the architecture and technical know-how of Firefox OS. We also took a look at the security model of the operating system, what open web applications are, and the devices available in the market that run Firefox OS. We looked at the devices on which our own applications will run in the future.

In the next chapter, we will study WebIDE, using which we will be able to run the Firefox OS simulator on our machines, as well as install and manage Firefox OS applications. We will go through the features of WebIDE and you will learn how to perform daily tasks on the operating system, such as uninstalling and browsing other ...

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