Thursday, 3 April 2014

Getting Started

In this tutorial I will explain how to install necessary tools to start creating the Ubuntu touch apps.

First you need Ubuntu OS, Because Ubuntu-sdk currently supports only Ubuntu OS. So install the latest version of it to get started.

Next add SDK Release PPA by entering following command in terminal

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/ppa

After entering above command it will ask for your password, enter the password and hit Enter.

Install the Ubuntu SDK by entering following command in your terminal.

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-sdk

That's it you are good to go. In terminal type ubuntu-sdk
This will launch the SDK where you can start developing beautiful apps.

You can also launch Ubuntu-SDK IDE by searching it in Unity dash.

You can develop native apps using qml.
You can develop web apps using html5.
Both are supported in Ubuntu touch.

To learn more about designing your app visit this page.

To learn more about Ubuntu-SDK platform visit this page.

Ubuntu has published a tutorial on how to develop native app from start to end. You can check it by going to this page.
The tutorial on how to develop web apps can be found on this page.

You can publish your app in this page.

Here are some useful links. Here you can ask questions regarding Ubuntu and experts will answer your question.
file:///usr/share/qt4/doc/html/qdeclarativeelements.html Here you can find all information regarding qml.
file:///usr/share/ubuntu-ui-toolkit/doc/html/overview-ubuntu-sdk.html Here you can find overview of Ubuntu SDK.
sdk-1.0 - Ubuntu Developer Complete documentation of Ubuntu-SDK 1.0
sdk-14.04 - Ubuntu Developer Complete documentation of Ubuntu-SDK (Updated SDK).

If you have any queries you can comment below.
Happy developing :)