Saturday, July 7, 2007

mobileBook: Short Guide to Shalat Janazah

Salat al-Janazah is a prayer recited by Muslims at Islamic funerals after the wrapping of the body and before the procession. The spoken part of the prayer involves quietly reading Al-Fatiha, praying for Muhammad and saying two supplications. This is done with an Imam present and facing qibla; in the direction of Mecca.

Find the more information about Shalat Janazah in this mobile application.

JAD file (SJan.jad)
JAR file (SJan.jar)

or go to GETJAR

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

mShalat v1.0

A mobile Java application guide to shalat/islamic prayer including pictures (available in Bahasa Indonesia)

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Translation/Tarjamah Quran Juz 30

This application contains Translation/Tarjamah Quran Juz 30. Availablw in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

Unfortunately I dont succed yet to include arabic text, next time I hope…

Download Bahasa Indonesia

Download English Version

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Guitar Chord

I have created a new mobile application containing basic guitar chords. Its a free and simple application to guide us to learn playing guitar.

It can be downloaded from getjar

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Food Recipes: Chickens

Here you can find Chicken recipes index on your cellphone, including Ayam Ingkung Bumbu Pedas, Chicken Fajitas ,Chicken Enchiladas, Ayam Bakar Pedas,Gulai Ayam Sayuran, Ayam Goreng Renyah, and many more. MMMhh delicious.. ;-)

Monday, May 21, 2007

mobileBook Series: Shalat Sunnah

Sunnah salat (Arabic: صلاة السنة) are optional prayers that can be performed by Muslims at almost any time of the day. These prayers are performed in addition to the five daily prayers, which are compulsory for all Muslims.

There are a range of prayers available: some are done at the same time as the compulsory prayers, some are done only at certain times, e.g. late at night, and some are only done for specific occasions such as during a drought. All of these optional prayers were originally performed by Muhammad.

(Source: Wikipedia)


Sahih Bukhari Volume 1

The authentic collection (Arabic: الجامع الصحيح, al-Jaami al-Sahih) or popularly al-Bukhari's authentic (Arabic: صحيح البخاري, Sahih al-Bukhari) is one of the Sunni six major Hadith collections (Hadith are oral traditions recounting events in the lives of the Islamic prophet Muhammad ). Sunni view this as their most trusted collection.
The title of his collection could loosely be translated as "al-Bukhari's Authentic Sources". (Sahih is an Arabic word, one of whose meanings is "authentic".)
These prophetic traditions were collected by the Muslim scholar Muhammad ibn Ismail al-Bukhari (810-870) and published during his lifetime. He was a scholar from Bukhara, hence the name by which he is known. He traveled widely throughout the Abbasid empire, collecting traditions. He is said to have spent sixteen years writing down those traditions he thought trustworthy.


This mobile application includes the following topics

1 Revelation
2 Belief
3 Knowledge
4 Ablutions
5 Bathings
6 Menstrual
7 Tayamum
8 Prayer
9 Sutrah
10 Times of the Prayers
11 Call to Prayers (Adhaan)
12 Characteristics of Prayer


The Nasrudin's Jokes

(English, Bahasa Indonesia)
Mullah, Nasrudin Hoja appears as the whimsical character in a growing tradition of stories. The tales of Nasrudin are sometimes adapted and used as teaching stories by followers of the Sufi way. Some mystic traditions use jokes, stories, tales and poetry to express certain ideas, allowing the bypassing of the normal discriminative thought patterns. The rationality that confines and objectifies the thinking process is the opposite to the intuitive, gestalt mentality that the mystic is attempting to engage, enter and retain.
By developing a series of impacts that reinforce certain key ideas, the rational mind is occupied with a surface meaning whilst other concepts are introduced. Thus paradox, unexpectedness, and alternatives to convention are all expressed in the humor of Nasruddin.
It is said, there are as many interpretations as stars in the sky. And when you read a story, see yourself reflected in the story and make your own interpretations rather than relying on others to tell you the meaning of the story. In this way, you will learn for yourself and the usefulness of the story's teaching will be deeper.


Enjoy the jokes of nasruddin in absolutely free mobile applications (available in English and Bahasa Indonesia).

Nasruddin (English)
Nasruddin 1 (Bahasa Indonesia)
Nasruddin 2 (Bahasa Indonesia)