Scripture – Scripted
An open, Bible software project
Script.re will ultimately consist of two tools, a web tool and an install-able tool. Both of these tools will be open source and freely available to everyone on every device.
script.re Web App
Fast Scripture explorer web app
Designed from the ground up to be as fast as possible, script.re is intended to offer quick and easy access to Scripture on the web. Currently in beta, the project is driven by the following goals. It will be:
• Fast – above all else, it needs to respond as close to instant as possible.
• Easy to use – every part of the interface should be intuitive, not needing a reference guide to use it.
• Efficient – keyboard shortcuts and functions should make sense and be optimized for exploring Scripture.
• Open – anyone who uses script.re should be able to submit an idea or contribute their own code ideas to make it better.
script.re web app roadmap
script.re web is in early active development. Here are the core features currently on the roadmap.
A dynamic navigation bar with instant feedback as you type.
Clickable navigation by book name and chapter number.
Any and all open licensed versions of the Bible will be made available.
Select from Protestant, Catholic, or Jewish canon, and further in the future, explore extra-biblical books as well.
Scriptre Desktop & Mobile App
Pending a production version of the script.re web app being made available, the Scriptre desktop and mobile apps will begin development.
Scriptre will be designed primarily to make the creation of Bible resources easier. It will be a tool to convert text into Bible formats and modules ready for inclusion on platforms such as the sword project repositories.
Once the core features of working with text and module creation are complete, building on those tools will offer a much more capable set of functions for studying Scripture.
Scriptre desktop will be written in C++ and compiled for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and BSD. Then with a more practical touch interface with the same core features, it will be compiled for Android and iOS. We will also be looking at ChromeOS very closely to ensure it works well there too.
Rich Scripture study software