Today, I was installing the Arduino IDE and thought I would share a simple method of installing the IDE in the default folders with all the dependencies needed. 51 more words
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the previous tutorial installed openjdk-7-jdk as the jdk, this gives a warning inside android studio, it still works and runs, but if you want to switch to oracle jdk, here you go: 54 more words
My name is Amr Rahmy, and this site is about Development, tinkering, and innovation.
We will explore how to get started with various platforms and technologies from mobile, to embedded, to desktop, to web development, and I might update the site with different tests and experiments. 26 more words
So finally I tried developing an app for Ubuntu. The easiest way to do this is using “Quickly”.
According to Ubuntu’s developer website : “Quickly integrates project creation, code editing, GUI editing, running and debugging, as well as packaging and sharing via Launchpad.net, all in one easy to use command line interface. 130 more words