Now, more plugins have been implemented:
1. Battery report: Report the battery level and display it in the desktop battery notification.
2.Mousepad: A touch pad which allows us to move the cursor, left/right/middle/double left clicks , scroll .
It doesn’t have virtual buttons. Just like a touchpad with some “OSX style” gestures. Use one finger long press to open right click menu, use two fingers to scroll. More gestures are expected to implement.
3.Calendar: It will not synchronize your whole calendar events. Instead, it will synchronize events that will happen in 24h for our daily work. Once connected with your device, calendar events will be synchronized and you can check it out with “kontact”.
Here is a demo.
As we can see, the event created on iOS has been added to kontact. The red line points out the current time.
On iOS, we can see that we have got the event created by kontact, including an event which overlap the current timeline. While the event “Passed ” which has ended before the current time has not been sent to desktop.
There is still a lot of cleanup works (ex: build a real iCal parser for iOS. What I’m using is an ugly function just in order to build a prototype quickly). Any way I’m glad to see it works XD.
In the following days, I’ll try to implement the plugins which would synchronize out contacts , notes, to-do lists .. etc.