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Ubuntu for phones

Ubuntu for phones

Building Your First App Welcome to Android application development! This class teaches you how to build your first Android app. You’ll learn how to create an Android project and run a debuggable version of the app. You'll also learn some fundamentals of Android app design, including how to build a simple user interface and handle user input. Before you start this class, be sure you have your development environment set up. Download the Android SDK. Note: Make sure you install the most recent versions of the ADT plugin and the Android SDK before you start this class. If you haven't already done these tasks, start by downloading the Android SDK and following the install steps. This class uses a tutorial format that incrementally builds a small Android app that teaches you some fundamental concepts about Android development, so it's important that you follow each step. Start the first lesson ›

Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar - Sénégal Ubuntu Linux Comes to Smartphones | Wired Enterprise Mark Shuttleworth. Photo: Flickr/Stopped Ubuntu Linux is coming to smartphones. Canonical — the British outfit that oversees Ubuntu — has built a new version of the open source operating system for touchscreens, and unlike other smartphone operating systems, it will work as a full desktop OS when connected to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse. “We are confident that Ubuntu will ship on phones from large manufacturers in 2013,” says Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth. Shuttleworth sees the new version of the OS appealing to two markets: entry-level smartphone consumers and enterprises that want to give employees just one device instead of two or three. While Apple and Microsoft have developed separate operating systems for desktops and phones, Canonical is pushing a single operating system that can adapt to different devices. “We think these things can converge both on the front end and under the hood,” Shuttleworth says. But what about fragmentation?

Android tutorial Android is an open source and Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android was developed by the Open Handset Alliance, led by Google, and other companies. This tutorial will teach you basic Android programming and will also take you through some advance concepts related to Android application development. This tutorial has been prepared for the beginners to help them understand basic Android programming. After completing this tutorial you will find yourself at a moderate level of expertise in Android programming from where you can take yourself to next levels. Android programming is based on Java programming language so if you have basic understanding on Java programming then it will be a fun to learn Android application development. 1 - Android Quick Reference Guide A quick Android reference guide for Android Programmers. Android Quick Reference Guide 2 - Android Useful Resources Android Useful Resources 3 - Java Tutorials Java Tutorials

on tablets Web applications sit alongside native apps as equal citizens on Ubuntu – with their own icons and access to system services. Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps, Gmail and Spotify are all available from day one – thanks to Ubuntu’s brilliant web app system, developers can easily make their site install on the tablet as an app. We aren’t limited to HTML5. Best of all, Ubuntu’s common platform enables development of one application which can then be published across phone, tablet, desktop and TV. Learn more about developing for Ubuntu on tablets › Ubuntu Linux heads to smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs. Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical & Ubuntu Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, will announce at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Orlando, FL, that they will be taking Ubuntu Linux to smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs. In an interview in an advance of the official announcement, Shuttleworth told me, that their short term plans are to make Ubuntu 12.04, the next long term support (LTS) of their Linux distribution, as stable as possible and to give the Unity desktop interface, it's final fit and polish for both home and business Linux desktop users. After that, however, Canonical will be expanding its popular Linux desktop to all computing devices. Shuttleworth said, "This is a natural expansion of our idea as Ubuntu as Linux for human beings. It turns out it wasn't just the technical pieces. Welcome to Ubuntu 11.10 and the look of Ubuntu's future tablet. Ubuntu isn't the only one to see a multi-platform interface this way. Related Stories:

NIETZSCHE, Frédéric – Par delà le bien et le mal Donneur de voix : Sualtam | Durée : 6h 51min | Genre : Philosophie « Ce livre est, pour l’essentiel, une critique de la modernité – sans en exclure les sciences modernes, les arts modernes, ni même la politique moderne. Il contient aussi les indications sur un type opposé, aussi peu moderne que possible, un type aristocratique, qui « dit oui ». Dans ce sens ce livre est une école du gentilhomme, en prenant ce mot dans un sens plus intellectuel et plus radical qu’on ne l’a jamais fait. [...] Traduction : Henri Albert (1868-1921). > Consulter la version texte de ce livre audio. NB. How Apple's Safari was kept a secret How do you build and test a new web browser when nobody in the world -- outside of the tiny development team -- is allowed to know of its existence? Very carefully, according to Safari engineer Don Melton, who detailed some of the finer points of covert browser building on his personal blog. Everything from hiring the team to testing the browser online was done in complete secrecy. Prospective Safari team members didn't even know what they were interviewing for or what they would be working on, and once they were brought on board, they swore an oath of loyalty. But while the personnel acted like walking vaults of top-secret information, actually using Safari on the public web presented an entirely different set of challenges. Namely, the user agent strings that tell each server what browser is being used, and where the individual visiting the site is located.

Ubuntu 9.04 et Android | FrAndroid - Communauté francophone Andr Arnaud • le 26 avril 2009 à 11:12 26 avril 2009 Android est compatible Windows, Linux et MacOs pour la partie développement d’application (SDK) et MacOS, Linux pour la partie Linux Android. L’ensemble des documents d’installation et de configuration des environnements de développement et du kernel Android sont basés sur une documentation Ubuntu 8.10. Le 23 avril 2009, Ubuntu a sorti la dernière mouture de son OS Linux, dans sa version 9.04. Que vous installiez ou mettiez à jour votre environnement courant, il vous sera toujours possible de pouvoir continuer avec les sources d’Android pour créer vos nouvelles images, drivers… Cependant, un problème intervient lorsque l’on souhaite débogguer sur un vrai device ses applications. Débranchez votre device sudo cp /etc/udev/rules.d/50-android.rules /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rulesRebranchez votre deviceEn cas de soucis, tapez la commande /etc/init.d/udev reload Branchez votre device! Vous aimez cet article, partagez-le !