Everyone who has followed Ubuntu lately for sure stumbled across the snappy technology, which does not only bring the new cross-distro packaging format “snap” but also a sandboxing technology for apps, as well as transactional updates that can be rolled back in case of an update going wrong and a new way of installing and ...
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One of the advantages of snap packages is that they are self-contained. When you install a snap, you know that you don’t need to install additional dependencies (besides the automatically-installed core snap that provides the basic operating system layer), and it will simply work on every Linux distribution that supports snaps.
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We are happy to announce the release of the Ubuntu SDK IDE 4.1.0 for the Trusty, Xenial and Yakkety Ubuntu series.
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.
经过一段漫长的开发过程，我们很高兴地宣布，Ubuntu SDK IDE 的下一个版本从今天起进入 Beta 测试阶段。新版本包含全新的构建器 (Builder) 和运行时后端，最终消除了 SDK IDE 目前存在的最大问题。
or: here comes LXD
In the recent days there was lots of discussion about the versioning of the Ubuntu UI Toolkit. Finally we thought that the topic deserves a dedicated blog post to clarify the situation and resolve some misunderstandings.