Heb12 Bible App

I have been working on a project for the last few weeks called Heb12. Its goal is to "make a cross-platform usable Bible system." Here are our plans for it:
  • Make a desktop program (for Windows, Linux, and macOS)
  • Make a web server for sync and other functions
  • Develop an online version
  • Make an Android app
We are well underway  in developing the desktop application. The first stable version (1.0) will likely be released in the next two weeks. It currently includes some basic features, including two translations (NET and KJV), many settings for font (size, family, align), and has some support of different themes.
Here are some things we want to get done on the program:
  • Bookmarking
  • Backend (a little while away from this)
  • More themes
I just need an afternoon and I can probably develop the bookmarking feature. The backend will take a lot of work, and I do not know enough to be able to make it yet. I need some people that have a good eye and know CSS for the themes.

Here are my plans for the backend:
  1. Make a system for the program to request scripture from the backend
  2. Use OKTA to prove communications from the program to the server is legit
  3. Make an account system for users to sync information
  4. Add features such as highlighting and notes to the program

For more information on the project, go to the official website

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