Just tried out linking the Ubuntu Signal app (https://signal.org/blog/standalone-signal-desktop/) with Ubuntu Touch Signal app - works like a charm!
Thanks a lot, Aaron for taking over maintenance of and adding new features to the Signal app!
Only hiccup so far: During my first tests messages I wrote on the desktop did not all make it over to the mobile app.
@hudson when creating a new project, which framework did you choose?
Also, you can try the solution that error message suggested (use the --force-missing-framework option too) but the relevant point is you have to know for which framework you are developing ;)
Also note it works a little differently now in the updated script. It will create an $HOME/UBports directory on the host which it will mount as the $HOME in the container. It also symlinks any ssh keys you might have on the host and copies over the .gitconfig. This way it keeps the container home seperate from host but can easily be accessed on the host. If you want to change the directory used for the container you can do
@tobisch I've been trying to get the builders of Get-Notes - my preferred note app, which I use all the time on the desktop - to build a version for touch. They say their experience lies with desktop apps though...