orb3000 · Aug 26, 2010 at 12:00 am

Manila Development for Beginners Tutorial Updated

Back in March, XDA moderator Noonski wrote about this great tutorial created by XDA member meltwater. Now, we have a complete updated tutorial on modifying Manila/Sense/TouchFlo.
This great thread was created during the times WIKI was down and it has improved a lot, serving as a full guide for Manila development.
Guides, tips, tutorials, and links can be found, so if you want to modify your Manila this is the place to look for.

Originally posted by meltwater
[GUIDE][TUT] Manila Development for Beginners – Tutorial 1 (20Aug) in NewWiki

I am writing a guide/tutorials on how to develop and modify manila, since I’ve found it very hard to find information on it. I welcome any help, comments on these tutorials and also any information people may have on manila.

I’ve chosen to write them in the wiki, so it is open for anyone to edit so hopefully if I get something wrong it can be corrected. Let me know if you are interested in adding to these tutorials (or just add them), I’ve got a few more planned, just catching up with my progress so far.

WM6 HTC Sense Developer Wiki Home for modifying and creating extensions to the HTC Sense on WM6 Devices

http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki…Developer_Wiki

The OLDwiki is not available anymore, but I shall be moving the tutorials to the above WM6 HTC Sense Developer Wiki Home

You can find more information in the tutorials thread.

WIKI is now renewed and back! Please use it and if you can, help to improve it.


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