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6 posts from November 2018

GitKraken picks up community demand to adopt snaps

By Sarah Dickinson, 29 November 2018

Used by the likes of Netflix, Tesla and Apple, GitKraken is the go-to home for developers who are looking for a more user-friendly interface for Git with...

Six reasons why developers choose Ubuntu Desktop

By Sarah Dickinson, 28 November 2018

Used in more than 240 countries, by governments, enterprises, and consumers alike, Ubuntu Desktop is the number one Linux operating system (OS) in the world....

The power of installed-base snap metrics

By cprov, 27 November 2018

The Snap Store is able to provide insightful information to Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) about usage of their snap applications. Our goal is to help...

egmde: a project that uses Mir

By Alan Griffiths, 19 November 2018

Display servers solve a large and complex problem. Mir provides a broad and powerful library to solve those problems, but there is a learning curve to use Mir...

Samsung announce Linux on DeX with Ubuntu: for developers on the move

By Canonical, 8 November 2018

The Samsung Developer Conference, held this week in San Francisco, brings creators together to discover and learn about the latest technologies in Samsung’s...

A guide to snap permissions and interfaces

By Alex Murray, 1 November 2018

Snap is a Linux application package management system which allow developers to easily publish self contained software packages (snaps) that work across many...