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EV Charging interface for Linux Source


Sadly public charging of electric vehicles often requires either an app or at least an account. Until now, those apps only existed for Android and iOS. It's time we changed that and created something for Mobile Linux.

Electrolysis provides a native GTK application for EV charging.


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Mobile Fit: 4

Almost perfect, works fine with tweaks for scaling, like scale-to-fit on Phosh

Project status: early

This project has been in development for a short time only. It should work mostly fine, but expect bugs and an incomplete featureset.

Project status: pre-release

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 Every feature of this app can be accessed via touch screen, no mouse or keyboard needed.

 This app is (according to its appstream metadata or description) intended to be compatible with mobile devices.


If you're lucky*, you can install this app by just hitting this button:


* You need to have an appstream:// handler, e.g., GNOME Software or KDE Discover, installed and the app needs to be available in a configured software repository, more details.

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Licensing and technical details

License: MPL-2.0 Metadata: CC0-1.0

Frameworks: GTK4 libadwaita

Programming languages: Rust

Build system: cargo

AppStream Metadata URL: https://gitlab.com/undef1/electrolysis/-/raw/master/doc/com.gitlab.undef1.Electrolysis.metainfo.xml