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Learning Firefox OS Application Development by Tanay Pant

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Building our application's manifest file

Now that you have studied the security access levels and the types of Firefox OS applications, we can get started with the construction of our app, Clickr. Let's first build the manifest file for our application. Our manifest file is fairly plain and simple since our application type is web and we aren't using any privileged APIs. We will build some fairly complex applications in the next chapters, and hence there will be other additions to their manifest files.

{ "version": "0.1.0", "name": "Clickr", "description": "An app to test your tapping speed", "launch_path": "/index.html", "icons": { "16": "/img/icons/icon_16.png", "48": "/img/icons/icon_48.png", "60": "/img/icons/icon_60.png", "128": "/img/icons/icon_128.png" ...

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