JetPack offline and a JetHack idea.

I will be leading a JetPack session during OpenCamp in Sofia. This will be regular session with slides, code examples and some quick hacks, but I think this approach is some kind of wrong.

JetHack?
I am thinking about something like a Bootcamp or HackCamp where we gather together Java script programmers, Jquery meetupers, CSS and HTML writers, some hackers and some ordinary people and we can start talking and hacking using JetPack – that will be really cool and useful approach – bring your computer NOR your head and let’s start the engine.

Interested? Join “the evil” Facebook group now and let’s polish the idea together.

PcMagazine
Talking about JetPack offline I will be writing a big & fat article in our PC Magazine local edition to start finding a people that can be interested in such hack activities.

10 reasons to fell in love with Mozilla JetPack

What is Jetpack?

Jetpack is a project to make it easy to build Firefox 4 add-ons using common web technologies like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. The main goal is to enable anyone who can build a web site to participate in making the Web a better place to work, communicate, and play.

Sooo. let’s count to 9 from 0 of course. We’re hackers!

0 – Use your web knowledge

Hacker

You can use your JQuery/HTML/CSS skills to write a add-on for Firefox. Yes, you can write an Add-on with easy and pack it with easy via JetPack SDK.

1 – It’s easy to start

You don’t need to be a XUL mastodon to write some cool extensions.
P.S I like XUL Also.

2 – Easy to learn

Kose

It’s so easy. I bet I can teach my son to write an addon when he turns 6.

3 – Sharing is caring

Share

You can share your code with others via some kind of standard libraries. Write the code and let’s other re-use it within their applications.

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