GSoC – Week 15: When everything's complete and done!

This is the final week of Google Summer of Code 2013, all the submissions have already been made and the final evaluations are well on their way. So, this is my last GSoC 2013 update and I plan to use this post to display the final result of what I’ve been able to achieve this summer.

Here are a few screenshots of the app that I’ve taken using the Geeksphone Keon developer device for Firefox OS, which roughly cover the primary features of the app:-

WordPress for Firefox OS - Login ScreenWordPress for Firefox OS - Posts List VIewWordPress for Firefox OS - New PostWordPress for Firefox OS - Successful Post NotificationWordPress for Firefox OS - Post Draft ViewWordPress for Firefox OS - Sliding Menu DrawerWordPress for Firefox OS - Pages List ViewWordPress for Firefox OS - New Page ScreenWordPress for Firefox OS - Page Published NotificationWordPress for Firefox OS- View Site Mode

At the end of the summer, I would like to state that I’m actually quite satisfied and happy with the way the app has turned out to be so far, given the time-limited scope of GSoC. However, I would like to continue work on the app beyond the GSoC timeline and see to it that the app goes forward towards a matured v1.0 release sometime in the near future.

I would also like to express my heartfelt gratitude and thanks towards @aerych, who has been my mentor for this project. He has been an exceptionally good guide for me throughout the summer and always helped me whenever I’ve faced challenges or felt stuck during the coding period. Also, I would like to express my thanks to the WordPress and Google Summer of Code project coordinators for giving me the opportunity to work on developing the WordPress app for Firefox OS. Thanks a lot to everyone! 🙂