I would love to have something like live search suggestions. Especially in foreign countries where you not always know how to spell street names correctly this would be extremely helpfull!
Would be amazing to implement this function like it works for example with graphhopper.com/maps/ or other navigation tools.
@krille I understand from openstore that you've already published several apps and it's clear that you've far more experience than me. Realistically, I don't feel qualified to help as I'm just a beginner.
My understanding is that webapp-creator invokes morph browser automatically. The template doesn't provide an option for choosing the browser.
Any gitlab CI experts around? It seems that Dan has put something in place that still does ... something ... https://gitlab.com/dekkan/dekko/-/jobs but
a) I don't understand what makes it pass/fail ... why would the last job fail because "qbs not found" but the second last job succeeded? qbs is used in the build process and that hasn't changed
b) Can we make it create .click files that can be downloaded?
I guess the magic is triggered from here https://gitlab.com/dekkan/dekko/blob/master/.gitlab-ci.yml
I have migrated the programming course to the new version of Gitbook. At the moment it will only be available in HTML format. If there is interest, I will export it to PDF and ePUB formats.
@danchapman Thanks for the tip. I removed the .py files and I was using this one import in last version:
import io.thp.pyotherside 1.4
Everything was working, but in the last update of Ubuntu Touch (2018-W40), the python side is not working.
In the last UT version I have the package libpython3.5:armhf, then I think the error is coming because the libpython3.4 doesn't exist. But... I'm just importing "io.thp.pyotherside 1.4", the crash (IMO) is coming from the pyotherside from the system (?).
I tried import io.thp.pyotherside 1.5, but same result.
Any help please? Thanks in advance!
After the PRs by @UniSuperBox and @jonius I was finally able to compile the keyboard package onto my phone. In order to accomplish the task I had to slightly modify the command I used before, i.e. crossbuilder with crossbuilder --password=myPro5password because a bunch of commands sent to the phone requires sudo. In this way I was able to get to the end of the crossbuilding process, I believe without errors. At first I changed just a small thing in the code to see the effect on the phone, but then I tried without changing a thing and after a reboot in both cases I got the keyboard not showing up anymore; so I couldn't access the phone because I couldn't insert the unblocking passcode. A fresh UT install did the trick. Any idea why the crossbuilding process seems not working as expected? I don't have the output log this time but, if needed, I can try again to compile and collect a new one.
There's another issue with sound configuration. I have configured no sound and no music, but app didn't remember on new app start, I have to open-close config with no changes and then works like I configured. This comment is only for help you fixing bugs like this, that I think is a small issue. Thanks in advance for your work
for the people using "atom-clickable plugin" with clickable 5.0.0 the command "Clickable: Build and run [desktop]" from Atom doesn't work because it uses the old '- - desktop' option replaced by 'desktop'.
To fix quickly this: open with an editor the file (enable 'show hidden files' to see 'atom' folder):
and remove the '- -' at line 114 after that should like this:
args: [ 'desktop' ],
Restart Atom to update the plugin.
I have just made a Pull request at the author of "atom-clickable plugin" to include that fix, and to include the new
'- - vivid' option (added with clickable 5.0.0)
to run the application (not deploy it) on desktop try a:
clickable - -xenial - -desktop
(or: clickable - -desktop )
should works (See Getting started section: http://clickable.bhdouglass.com/en/latest/getting-started.html)
Looking at your last posted output, your app is package successfully as .click package and deployed on your connected phone; so that should run also on desktop.
(Note: you can RUN the app on the desktop without any device connected; but you can't deploy it on desktop; ".click" package is not supported is only for mobile device).
quick update to this thread (sept 2018). Linphone app is getting really, really good and is already working for SIP I've tested with my business SIP phone and it's now 'working' . There is a telegram group and also a kind of active community around this app if anyone is interested you can PM me or if @CiberSheep wants to open the group up in this thread he can....