It would be good to get as many of the apps from the store over as possible. However, there were lots of web apps and not many native apps. This is a shame as we should babe more of the latter than the former.
Sorry you email didn't reach us via the mailing list! Everything seems fine with your app, I can get it uploaded to the store. Could you PM or email me so I can get you setup as the maintainer of the click (that way you can post screenshots, etc)?
The UBports-Watchstock is a trial to enclose node.js site. Unfortunately isn't keep the stock that has been set it up.
Moreover I've create the Boursorama webapp wich is the less ad intrusive, how it missing some stock market like the Oslo one.
There were a scope, unfortunatly isn't maintained and the developer didn't respond to my request to move it to Openstore.
So after a brief hiatus, I'm returning to these forums. Dan, to answer your question, my original intent with this post was to attempt to identify all the programming languages used to create Ubuntu Phone apps. Different sources tell me different things and I'm looking for one definitive source.
So if we compare Apples and Ubuntus, Apple has a singular definitive language that they use "Swift". Ubuntu seems fragmented in comparison with available information. If you could please point me to a good book or definitive source on Ubu app development, I would greatly appreciate it.
Ok let me be more specific: There are certain TV series and movies that can be watched in HD. Its not the fault of Amazon but most of the big studios only permit HD content if it is displayed on a HDCP protected display. Which is not available for Linux.
So I need to rephrase: I CANT watch popular movies in HD, ..., some TV series (Amazons own productions e.g.) work fine.