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Quickly: Reborn

UPDATE: A command porting walk-through has beed added to the documentation. Back around UDS time, I began work on a reboot of Quickly, Ubuntu’s application development tool.  After two months and just short of 4000 lines of code written, I’m … Continue reading

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Quickly: Rebooted

Shortly after the Ubuntu App Showdown earlier this year, Didier Roche and Michael Terry kicked off a series of discussions about a ground-up re-write of Quickly.  Not only would this fix many of the complications app developers experienced during the … Continue reading

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App Developer Q&A

You can watch the App Developer Q&A live stream starting at 1700 UTC (or watch the recording of it afterwards): Questions should be asked in the #ubuntu-on-air IRC channel on freenode. You can ask me anything about app development on … Continue reading

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App Developer Q&A Kickoff

Due to the popularity of the Ubuntu App Showdown Workshops, I plan to start holding a weekly Q&A session for all Ubuntu app developers using the same format: A live Google+ Hangout with IRC chat. The first of these will … Continue reading

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Quickly Gtk update

As part of the Ubuntu App Showdown I started on a small project to provide a nice GUI frontend to Quickly.  While I was able to get it working and submitted before the contest deadline, I unfortunately didn’t have the … Continue reading

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My App Developer Showdown Entry

As you’ve probably heard already, Ubuntu is running an App Developer Showdown competition where contestants have three weeks to build an Ubuntu app from scratch.  The rules are simple: It has to be new code, it has to run on … Continue reading

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