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Is there any book available for studying Ubuntu SDK. The documentation may be enough, but it lacks a real flow. After the introduction chapters it becomes a bit confusing. I really want to do application development on Ubuntu and I am not getting from where to study about QML and the Ubuntu SDK. Is there any PDF version of the cookbook available at here?

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Why do you want a pdf version of Cookbook? The website should be sufficient, and the website is going to up-to-date where as the PDF will be out of date as soon as you download it. – Alvar Jul 18 '13 at 15:33

The App Developer Cookbook is a collection of short examples, how to’s and answered questions from our developer community. In the sections below you will find information about how to perform common tasks, answers to frequently asked questions, and code snippets from real world examples.

For more info, check out Ubuntu App Developer Resources Cookbook

You may also look at Introduction to Web Applications Development Guide

The Mono Project

The Ubuntu App Developers

Also check out The Ubuntu App Developer Cookbook Announced

As far as a PDF, I can't find any at this time. That doesn't mean that it might not be available later.

Source:Ubuntu App Developer

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So first,I start studying QML and JAVA Script and make command over them and then I should enter into App Development. – Aakash Jul 18 '13 at 15:39

(I know this doesn't directly answer your question about a PDF version of the Ubuntu App Development Cookbook, but hopefully it will help you get started developing for Ubuntu Touch)

To study QML, I'd suggest taking a look at the Qt Project website, and also the Qt Quick getting started guide.

For learning the Ubuntu Touch SDK, I'd study the Ubuntu SDK documentation.

You could also look at the Ubuntu Development Getting Started page and the example app tutorial.

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