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This is the extra information page for the [[Canvas3D_XUL_Runner_App]] project.
== Project Leader ==
== Project Leader ==
[[User:Vesper|Leonard Lee]]
[[User:Vesper|Leonard Lee]]

Revision as of 15:41, 6 February 2009

This is the extra information page for the Canvas3D_XUL_Runner_App project.

Project Leader

Leonard Lee

Project Contributors

IRC information sources

  • mfinkle
  • cesar
  • Slokunshialgo

Pre-build Testers

Project News


Feb 6: Re-vamped the layout of the Portable Canvas wiki

Jan 22: Missed the Skype meeting on Mozilla's chat server

Jan 19: Duplicated project plans for the term here.

Jan 15: Skype meeting - project updates

  • Loose outline for 0.4 to 1.0 sketched
  • Blog posts to be made on c3dl wiki and caught by the Seneca planet this term


Dec 11: Skype meeting - running on both Windows and Mac, missing "Open file" GUI

Dec 4: Skype meeting - no progress

Nov 27: Skype meeting - no progress on v0.3

Oct 30: Skype meeting - ver 0.2 scope design

Oct 21: Version 0.1 release!!

Oct 16: Skype meeting

Oct 9: First Skype meeting, ver0.1 scope redefined

Sept 26: Version 0.1 scope loosely defined

Sept 17: Wiki page created!

Project Details

Canvas 3D JS Library is a js library for doing 3D in the browser. It uses the Canvas 3D extension. To show off the abilities of the library we have been creating demos that people can try out from our web site. However, in order to try these demos, the user has to install the canvas 3D extension and this would not be possible if they are not using Firefox 3 or if they have problems getting the extension. We would like a XUL Runner app that will create a "mini browser" with the extension packaged. The app would have a drop box that will get download any new demos that we put up on the website. The app should also include a source viewer that allows the user to see the js source for the demos along with the ability for the user to create and test their demos.

References: cathy, Andor, #c3dl on moznet (irc.mozilla.org)