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alefteris
    @lezleydavidson pomodoro technique should be revised :p
    alefteris
      @stouty sounds like an IT team made of asian superheros
      alefteris
        @santiago Owners of a budget phone will also have lower expectations for a first release of an OS. Plus, if it somewhat works on low end hardware, it will fly on better one. Easier than doing the opposite.
        alefteris
          @nathanpc Also use the nightly build of FF for Android. Forgot to mention the emulator add-on, for testing.
          alefteris
            @nathanpc The WebAPI wiki page lists what APIs are implemented for Android. Not sure about if camera access is supported yet..
            alefteris
              @donwb I think the best you can do now is use a web app and maybe set it up in a chrome-less browser window?
              alefteris
                @nathanpc you can start dev on Firefox on responsive mode. Then test with Firefox for Android, if you have an Android phone.
                alefteris
                  @lucasburnett I'm using the free version of Dash. I like the UI.