under the hood, What is Quickly made of?
It's a wrapper to python? It's a compiled language? It's portable? What about the architecture and the design?
Quickly is a group of programs and scripts (such as Gedit, Glade or quickly itself) which allows you to easily create a Python/GTK-based Ubuntu program. It creates your app importing a template, then you can modify the UI and the scripts, and finally, it allows you to share your app creating Debian packages or uploading to a Launchpad PPA.
As is based in Python (yep, it's a wrapper!), Quickly is architecture-independent. You can edit and run your Quickly apps on an i386, x86_64 or ARM-based computer with no trouble.
To install it, just click here.
It has no GUI interface, so you have to use the terminal. Here you have some simple commands:
I think that a tutorial is better than a small reference guide... so, after installing Quickly, run
As some examination of