If it hasn't already, snapd 2.0.10 should be making its way to your 16.04 systems. Here is what’s new!
The 2.0.10 release contains a number of improvements and fixes over the 2.0.9 release that was available before. The highlights:
edge) usage has been ...
Integrating desktop applications with snaps has been a little bit challenging in terms of getting them looking and behaving as part of the system. This means following general desktop theming, having global application menu integration, getting the icon caches, getting configuration keys and such. Also, the technologies and toolkits like GTK, Qt, demand a little bit of expertise on ...
Snapcraft 2.12 is here and is making its way to your 16.04 machines today.
This release takes Snapcraft to a whole new level. For example, instead of defining your own project parts, you can now use and share them from a common, open, repository. This feature was already available in previous versions, but ...
A few days ago we have released the first Beta of the Ubuntu SDK IDE using the LXD container solution to build and execute applications.
As of today and part of our weekly release cadence, a new snapd is making its way to your 16.04 systems. Here is what’s new!
snap interfaces can now give you a list of all snaps connected to a specific interface:
- Introduction of
snap run <app.command>, which will provide a clean ...
Next week we're going into the third week of the Snappy Playpen. An initiative to snap together, learn from each other, document best practices and get together as a team.
Yesterday, the snapcore team released a new version of snapd for Ubuntu 16.04. Snapd is the system service that enables developers and users to interact with snaps.
Features in 2.0.8
snap try. This command mounts any folder containing an unpackaged snap as an editable installed snap, making testing and iterating on snaps ...