Announcing UbuContest 2015

Have you read the news already? Canonical, the Ubucon Germany 2015 team, and the UbuContest 2015 team, are happy to announce the first UbuContest! Contestants from all over the world have until September 18, 2015 to build and publish their apps and scopes using the Ubuntu SDK and Ubuntu platform. The competion has already started ...

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Celebrate Ubuntu - Beijing Hackathon

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To celebrate the Developer Edition Ubuntu phone launch in China, Canonical organized a “celebrate Ubuntu” hackathon for phone in Beijing. It is also hosted as part of the on-going China Mobile & Ubuntu Developer Innovation Contest, all projects that were coded during the hackathon can be submitted into the contest afterwards.  This 30+ hour hackathon was ...

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Cleaning up scopes settings

The scopes architecture on Unity 7, which provides the Ubuntu shell and default UX experience on current desktops, and Unity 8, which powers the phone and soon the convergent desktop, differ to a large degree when it comes to visibility of data sources. Future Unity 8 builds will be obsoleting the legacy privacy flag in ...

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Sprinting for convergence

Convergence is all around. Our deeply loved UI Toolkit, what was primarily targeting touch environments is converging to where users might have keyboards and pointer devices. But that is just one point. The innovative track for Ubuntu is called Snappy and at the same time the SDK is converging to the desktop. We move to ...

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Get involved in Vision Mobile's biggest dev survey - everything from mobile to IoT development

Are you involved in Ubuntu phone, desktop, cloud or IoT development? Voice your opinion on what factors contribute to your choice of developing on Ubuntu by getting involved in the biggest developer survey yet.

Vision Mobile have launched their 9th edition developer economics survey today, covering developer sentiment across platforms, revenues, apps, tools, APIs, segments ...

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Internationalizing your QML app

Internationalizing your QML app

 

As a developer, you probably want to see your apps in many hands. One way to make it happen is to enable your application for translation.

With minimal effort, you can mark your application strings for translation, expose them to community translators and integrate these translations into your package. The translations building process is handled ...

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