Tagged android development

Configuring Apache Cordova with JetBrains WebStorm

Stepping back into the mobile arena after a bit of an absence, I decided to take a bit of advice from a gentleman who sat in on my 2014 Ohio Linux Fest lecture “Android Development on Linux” (generously, and anonymously, curated on the Internet Archive) and look not just at Android but at cross platform. For the longest time, this has always been a topic of considerable consternation. One has to think, upon reflection of the history of technology, that we’ve experienced in some ways a regression to the days when cross platform littered the landscape and was, in certain…

Projekt Vagabond Isn’t Dead. I Swear.

I’m starting to get back to a point where I can start working on this thing again and it’s like flipping through a kindergarten yearbook. Every now and then I’ll find something that makes me think I had a stroke of genius. Other times it’s like seeing a photo of that one kid you hated more than bees. Like you’d prefer taking nails hammered into your ears than listen to that twat for a single second more than you had to. Tonight I had more of the latter instead of the former. This thing has taken several forms starting out…

Vagabond 1.0 – Nearly Here

Yes that’s right. After much toil, and missing my self-imposed deadline for a release, I’m nearly complete with the program and can give it a 1.0 which means that it’ll go into General Availability. I’m not posting Vagabond News on its website because I want that strictly to be a place to get the program from and a reference for information that developers would be interested in. Just wanted to get that out of the way as well. 🙂 Right now the program is about 98% done. All that remains is to test two additional features, push to the repository…

Vagabond – Update

Aside from the getandroidsdkdl script that I was offering for people who wanted to get started with Android Development on Linux, another cool tool I wanted to throw out there was a script I call “Vagabond” which is a Vagrant deployable which automatically configures a development environment that you can use for Android Development on your Linux computer. In fact, it may prove far easier to use it instead of the getandroidsdkdl script (it actually builds off of it). The actual Vagabond script isn’t available yet but I’m letting a rather close circle of friends test it out first before…