Running your own apps using Coraline is easy.

Since, at its core, Coraline is a webkit renderer, you can point it to any HTML page on the filesystem and it will display and run it:

$ coraline /path/to/index.html

Creating your own apps

If you are looking to have your own applications (ionic, cordova or plain HTML/JS) running under Linux, have a look at the Quick Start Guide to begin.

Setting up which plugins to use and customizing the app (name, icon, splashscreen etc) happens by having a config.xml file in the content directory.

Then you can get into some specifics related to deployment, if you’re looking to distribute your app to others.

Creating Plugins

Creating plugins is pretty easy, thanks to the code generator.  For more information on plugins, start here.