Cloudo Blog

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Developer and Help Documentation

Dear reader,
We are happy to inform you that we have released documentation for developers in Cloudo. Many involved developers have requested documentation and we apologize that it has taken time.

You can view the documentation from the "root-node" by starting up Manual Application or selecting "Help" in whatever application you are using. The latter will start Manual Application and display help pages only about that particular application.

Meanwhile we are completing the documentation; we intend to add commenting system so that developers can ask/reply questions, in the Manual Application. Of course all this in the same standards we're custom to deliver.

Hakan Bilgin
Chief System Architect, Cloudo

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Cloudo selected for Seedcamp

Hurray! Cloudo was selected as one of 20 finalists for the mini Seedcamp held in Helsingborg, Sweden Tuesday next week.
Cross your fingers for us.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Application Source code

Dear reader,
We are working on the first draft of the developer documents. Meanwhile, we have added the possibility to see the source code of selected applications. This means that you can view, edit, save and re-run applications in place, in Cloudo, assuming the source code is available for viewing. Commonly, you can find "Show Source Code" option in the "Help" menu in applications.

Our intention is to make it easy to learn how applications are built so that new developers can get started effortlessly. Of course ideas of improvements are welcome. Below is a list of applications that source codes are viewable.

  • Image Viewer
  • Word Processor
  • Textpad
  • RSS Reader
  • Painter
  • Webflorist
  • Google Maps
  • Connect Four (game)
  • Gomoku (game)
  • Iceman (game)
  • Minesweeper (game)
  • Othello (game)
  • Snake (game)
  • Solitaire (game)
  • Sudoku (game)
  • Calendar (widget)
  • Weather (widget)
  • Clock (widget)
  • Slideshow (widget)

Notice that you might need to install the application in order to view its source code.

Hakan Bilgin
Chief System Architect, Cloudo