Jimmy McGee · Oct 2, 2013 at 11:00 am

Ubuntu Touch Development: Working with the XDA Developers App by Michael Hall – XDA Developer TV

In the past, XDA Developer TV has made videos showing you how to build an Android App. We even made videos showing you how to build a Windows Phone app, back when Windows Phone was new and had a chance. At our first Developer conference Ubuntu Staff Member Michael Hall gave a presentation on Ubuntu Touch.

On October 17th, Ubuntu Touch will reach version 1.0. This is a big deal. Given the interest in the new mobile operating system XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan has started a series showing you how to build an Ubuntu Touch app. Jordan has already created a video on how to set up the Ubuntu SDK on your computer, but today he shows you how to start working with an application for Ubuntu Touch. Check out this video.


Getting Started with Ubuntu SDK Qt-Creator for Ubuntu Touch Development


Video Courtesy of Twil.tv

Ubuntu Touch Development Workshop

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos.

trunkCommands utilized:

  • sudo apt-get install bzr
  • bzr branch lp:xda-developers-app

Check out Jordan’s YouTube Channel and Jordan’s Gaming YouTube Channel


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