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OSD600 Release 0.4 Done

It’s a little bit late for the this final release, but I am very exciting that I am able to fix the bug in Mozilla Appmaker project. I got some hints from Appmaker team, and I completely rewrote the code … Continue reading

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OSD600 Expands my “Open Source” Thinking

Today is the last day of this semester, and I am still working on my final release of OSD600 project. During the past fourteen weeks’ study in my Open Source Development (OSD600) course, I have learned the technological aspects (advanced … Continue reading

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Working on OSD600 Release 0.4

After the long silence (MozFest + vacations) from my previous release 0.2 pull request, I got some feedback from Mozilla Appmaker team. Apparently, my code doesn’t meet their requirements. I decided to continue working on the same bug as my … Continue reading

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Build Firefox Browser

I really want to build Chrome,but my laptop doesn’t have enough ram to build it. It took me 24 hours and failed. As the result, I decide to go for Firefox. Surprisingly,The Mozilla build instruction is much easier to follow. … Continue reading

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Jquery UI Sortable Placeholder Issue in Release 0.3

I am stuck inĀ  a bug in Mozilla Appmaker project. When user drags and drops a brick, in line 12, it will insert a highlighted placeholder to show its target position where the brick would be dropped. The following function … Continue reading

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Working on another bug in Appmaker

In OSD600 0.3 Release, I am going to working on another bug (issue #2252) in Appmaker. Basically, the steps to reproduce the bug are: Add a button Add a new page Drag button up into the new page tab, or … Continue reading

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Open Source As A Developer-Recruiting Tool

Time is flying. This is the fifth semester of my education in Seneca College. There is only one more semester to go, and I am going to graduate from Computer Programming and Analysis. Every soon-to-be graduate student starts to look … Continue reading

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