Here's a list of some of the open source projects that I spend my time contributing to:
From the team behind Apache Cordova, the Adobe PhoneGap framework is an open source distribution of Cordova — providing the advantage of technology created by a diverse team of pros along with a robust developer community — plus access to the PhoneGap toolset, so you can get to mobile faster. We maintain some great open source plugins to add push, barcode and content synchronization capabilities to your app.
With the Creative SDK, you can access a number of UI components and headless APIs to give your users these creative tools and connect them to the Creative Cloud platform right within your mobile or web app. It’s the engine behind some of the best creative apps on the market and at the heart of Adobe’s own mobile offerings. You can use the Creative SDK in your PhoneGap applications as well by using the plugins we provide.
Framework7 - is a free and open source mobile HTML framework to develop hybrid mobile apps or web apps with iOS & Android native look and feel. It is also an indispensable prototyping apps tool to show working app prototype as soon as possible in case you need to.
I've been interested in speech recognition ever since I worked at Mitel back in the early 2000s. Back then, you needed a very expensive server running digital signal processing cards just to do a few lines of speech recognition. Now you can use the W3C Web Speech API in your browser. However, if you are building a hybrid app you may want to check out my plugins for speech recognition and speech synthesis.