Video: What is HTML? The brain of KaiOS apps – OmniSD in deep – BananaHackers
In it we can enclose different sections, in each of which a function is performed, such as the selection of a key, the action, which can be the selection of a file that was first detected and then listed on the graphical interface. All these functions are already listed in the various files present in the application, the HTML file shows only the interface, all the other files will think about the rest once them will be called. Obviously everything must be written using a certain text formatting, using text editors suitable for the programming language. For Windows there is Notepad++, for Linux any text editor like Gedit and Mousepad is fine. Finally, try to consider an app written in HTML as an offline website. Even by opening a document with Libreoffice or Microsoft Office we could save as a Web page and get the same result automatically.
Obviously in this video I just wanted to try to give you an idea of what exactly the structure of an HTML file means, starting from a very basic perspective. Online there are websites like W3Schools.com that can help you compile these HTML pages and more, in a very detailed way. Personally I'm not a developer, but it's not difficult to understand a programming language after reading and interpreting well what all those thousands of lines that made your computer stuck once you open a file. I hope that this video gives a start to who want to develop an app, or a whole software. Thanks for your attention. See you next. BananaHackers.net JOIN THE REVOLUTION!.