• General,  Technology

    Selamat datang di iPhone & iPad, Mozilla Firefox

    Penantian panjang itu akhirnya berakhir. Mozilla akhirnya secara resmi merilis browser Firefox 1.2 untuk perangkat iOS yang meliputi iPhone, iPad serta iPod Touch secara global. Versi pertama dirilis sekitar bulan September 2015, tapi saat itu hanya untuk AppStore New Zealand saja. Yah, untuk test the market dulu lah. Fitur-fitur Firefox iOS kurang lebih sama seperti yang di desktop. Mulai dari sinkronisasi dengan Firefoxnya untuk mengakses history, tab, password serta bookmarks, tab management hingga private browsing.

  • General,  Reviews,  Technology

    Managing Your Contacts with Firefox OS

    Since the era of iPhone and Android, you'll rarely heard cases about "losing contacts" because your phone was lost or just stop working. There'll be no worry because you just need to get a new device, log in to your (gmail/apple id) account and voila! your contacts is restored. It's so easy compare to Nokia/Blackberry era when you have to hook up your device to computer and do the manual backup as often as you can. In this post, I will share about importing contacts from your Google account to your Firefox OS device.

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    A Week with Firefox OS Flame

    disclaimer: I’m still using the stock version of the o/s shipped with Flame which is 1.3.0.0-prerelease I haven’t hook the device up to my Mac and do something with either AppManager, AppMaker or anything else Following my previous post about unboxing Firefox OS Flame, it’s now time write a little review about the device. I was using the phone for the past week, not doing much actually. Mostly i used it for making couple of calls (voice and ussd), browsing, trying some apps, taking screenshots and photos. So here it is. For a very young O/S, Firefox OS has done pretty well to serve the basic, as a phone O/S.…

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    Unboxing Firefox OS Flame

    At MozSummit 2013, me and a fellow developer from France asked (or maybe complaint :P) at Chris Heilmann class about the difficulties on getting Firefox OS device. Sometimes simulator is not enough. You need to test your functions, your app in a real device to get the feel and to get to know that it will actually work. At that time, only Geeksphone selling Keon and Peak to open market. But they seemed to be unable to fulfil the developers’s enthusiasm to get the device. They’re just small company anyway (we’re talking about Samsung, Huawei class of manufacture :P). Meanwhile, device makers like ZTE/Alcatel only sell the device as part…