Movial has unveiled it is open source Browser D-Bus Bridge, that enables
web developers and designers, operators and device manufacturers to easily
create extremely capable User Interfaces (UI) that transform web widgets into
seamless user driven mobile.
source contribution to the Linux mobile community, translates HTML and
is also used by the LiMo Foundation for inter-process communication (IPC)
between applications and services. Movial's Browser D-Bus Bridge can provide a
browser-based UI for the LiMo stack and makes it possible for applications to
initiate platform services, like media engines and instant messaging engines on
mobile devices enabling Web developers and designers, operators and device
manufacturers to add browser-based User Interfaces easily.
community will now be able to create custom User Interfaces that are not only
Web widgets, but rich and usable main applications. These applications will
blur the lines between local and external services, creating innovative
Running on WebKit and Mozilla engines, Movial expects to deliver the code to
the Linux mobile community within 90 days.