Ubuntu Make community releases 0.6 with 5 new supported platforms

What always inspires me in my work is that community participation is at heart of what we are doing, and that’s what help us waking up everyday. Anybody can dive and fix small typos, bugs, or even bring big features to the table! This is exactly what happened with this new Ubuntu Make 0.6 release, entirely backed by community participation! In addition to zsh support, you will find 5 new jetbrains IDE supported into the “ide” Ubuntu Make category, which are: RubyMine, PyCharm educational edition, PyCharm professional, WebStorm and PhpStorm!

Ubuntu Make 0.5 adds four new platforms

Hot from the builders, we just cut a big release of Ubuntu Make 0.5 bringing fresh new support to a bunch of IDEs and programming languages! Web developers will see great enhancements in this release, but other developers are not left out! We welcome first a new “web” category which is hosting Dart support now! Dartlang fans would be able to get the editor and sdk installed, registered in the OS and added to the launcher in a simple command!

Bringing appmenu support for java application and Ubuntu Make 0.4.1 with an Intellij IDEA fix

Today we released Ubuntu Make 0.4.1 which validates the application menu support for some java application using swing (like Intellij, Android Studio…) and fixes Intellij IDEA support. Vertical screen estate is particularly valuable for developers, to maximize the place where you can visualize your code and not bother too much about the shell itself. Also, in complex menu structure, it can be hard to find the relevant items. Unity introduced a while back (2010!

Ubuntu Make 0.4 starts the new year adding Go support

Ubuntu Make 0.4 has just been released and brings Go support and a new game category! To hack using Go under Ubuntu, just open a terminal and type: umake go and here we "go"! This will enable developers to always install the latest Google golang version and setting up some needed environment variables for you. We also starts thinking about game developers. Putting the code where our mouth is, we are pleased to inaugurate a new "

Ubuntu Make 0.3 brings Intellij IDEA and Pycharm support

Thanks to the continuous awesome work of Tin Tvrtković, we can now cut out a new 0.3 of Ubuntu Make (ex Ubuntu Developer Tools Center). This one features 2 new great IDEs (under the ide category): Intellij IDEA and Pycharm, in their respective community editions. We want to thank as well the JetBrains team to have kindly provided checksums for their downloading assets so that Ubuntu Make can check the download integrity.

Ubuntu Developer Tools needs you for its new name!

We’ve been talking about the Ubuntu Developer Tools Center for a few months now. We’ve seen a lot of people testing it out & contributing and we had a good session at the Ubuntu Online Summit about what the near future holds for UDTC. Also during that session, emerging from feedback we received we talked about how “UDTC” and “Ubuntu Developer Tools Centre” is a bit of mouthfull, and the acronym is quite easy to muddle.

Eclipse and android adt support now in Ubuntu Developer Tools Center

Eclipse and Android ADT support now in Ubuntu Developer Tools Center Now that the excellent Ubuntu 14.10 is released, it's time to focus as part of our Ubuntu Loves Developers effort on the Ubuntu Developer Tools Center and cutting a new release, bringing numerous new exciting features and framework support! 0.1 Release main features Eclipse support Eclipse is now part of the Ubuntu Developer Tools Center thanks to the excellent work of Tin Tvrtković who implemented the needed bits to bring that up to our users!

Ubuntu Developer Tools Center: how do we run tests?

We are starting to see multiple awesome code contributions and suggestions on our Ubuntu Loves Developers effort and we are eagerly waiting on yours! As a consequence, the spectrum of supported tools is going to expand quickly and we need to ensure that all those different targeted developers are well supported, on multiple releases, always delivering the latest version of those environments, at anytime. A huge task that we can only support thanks to a large suite of tests!

How to help on Ubuntu Developer Tools Center

Last week, we announced our "Ubuntu Loves Developers" effort! We got some great feedback and coverage. Multiple questions arose around how to help and be part of this effort. Here is the post to answer about this :) Our philosophy First, let's define the core principles around the Ubuntu Developer Tools Center and what we are trying to achieve with this: UDTC will always download, tests and support the latest available upstream developer stack.