I want to use some preexisting Android code for a calculator and I just want to add functionality to it, any suggestions? I would want basic operations defined such plus minis multiply divide cosine sin tan etc.
I need it to be able to import the project into eclipse preferably something more advanced than touch calculator. If it needs thirds party p plugins into eclipse please state such.
Hey guys, I have a question about how to obtain the Ubuntu Source Code. Currently I am working with a Mac and I am trying to download the full Ubuntu source code. All the instructions people have told me about are on the Ubuntu Platform. I am trying to download the Ubuntu Kernel source code on my Mac. I am also wondering, what IDE do you use to deal with the Ubuntu source code?
I am trying to figure out how I can edit an application's source code. The application came from the Ubuntu Software Center, so I do not know if there is a specific folder were all the apps are so I can edit one. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I am a new user on ubuntu. My project is to modify an application source code on ubuntu. I had already download an application source code which is using C++. Firstly i need to check whether the original source code can run successfully, how to run it on ubuntu?
I am baffled by all the complex coding apps have and has taken me over a year to create what I have and thats so much stress yet others can do things in matter of hours.
I have looked at various apps and the source codes in them to help me understand the workings of things but one thing I would like is to play audio on a page and cannot figure out how to implement it to the code.
I can compile t
Hello everyone. I am planning on installing slackware distribution in a very near future. I was wondering what is a source code download. On their website I was trying to figure out what to download to get started. There are a few options and a couple of them say 'source code'. Some offer a full download without a source code. So what exactly is it?
I got nexus 4.
I am actually trying to build ubuntu touch and so far it works well (it somehow actually is smoother than the official).
The thing is, those annoying vibrations.... since its based on CM 10.2 in my case, I am wondering if someone can tell me where the vibration files are located (in CM 10.2) so that I can exclude them from source code while compiling code.
I've been developing Android, iOS apps and websites for almost 18 months. Now as my final year project I'm trying to work on Linux source code and try to boot it on a mobile device, like Android. I've compiled the source code successfully as Debian package following tutorials on net. I'm using Ubuntu right now. I've a strategy but not sure if I'm on the right track.