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You can do it using some Javascript code in QML: import QtQuick 2.0 import Ubuntu.Components 0.1 Item { width: 200 height: 150 ListModel { id: model } ListView { id: listview anchors.fill: parent model: model delegate: Text { text: jsondata } } function getData() { ...


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You can also install the LogViewer app from the store to see the logs with a graphical interface. The application provides the following features, Graphical interface for viewing logs Exporting logs to pastebin


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Logs for your application can be found in the ~/.cache/upstart/ folder on your device. I'd recommend to open/cat them using a remote connection (with phablet-shell)


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This error occurs when the architecture of the emulator does not match the architecture of the click target used to build the package. (It took me quite a while to figure this out.) According to the compile output you've included in your post, you are using the i386 click target. I'm guessing you have the armhf emulator built and running, hence the error. ...


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The ubuntu UI Toolkit has no dedicated treeview component, neither the upstream QtQuick controls have. But here are few interesting writing about the topic: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/632795/QML-TreeModel-and-TreeView http://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/30521


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A convenient way for developers to do app testing is by starting them through adb. To make that convenient we are providing a cli tool, called ubuntu-app-launch. So create a remote connection with phablet-shell and start your applications using their desktop filename: ubuntu-app-launch com.ubuntu.calculator_calculator_1.3.316 ubuntu-app-launch ...


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After unlocking and rooting, just get the multirom manager app from the app store: It makes sure you are rooted, after installing the internal rom I needed to flash SuperSU.zip It can update the kernel to one that has the patch It will install ubuntu touch and lists all the version for you to choose. Something I did not intend for is it installs ...


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See Is it possible to use Python with the Ubuntu SDK? I don't think that the current status is different: pyqt might not be the best choice in terms of licensing commercial applications And taken from the ubuntu-phone mailing list archive: While PyOtherSide may work, it's not a supported language or platform for the Ubuntu SDK, so we can't ...


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This has nothing to do with the Dialog, you would get the same problem no matter where in what context is used. From the code I see you are using a circular Picker, which uses a PathView to visualise the model. PathView stretches the delegates based on the amount of the data in the model, thus the behaviour you see. Try to set circular to false, I'm sure ...


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I have seen this problem and for me cleaning up the QtCreator's local config solved the problem: $ rm ~/.config/QtProject/qtcreator -r


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Only upload the armhf build to the store for now, if your app requires native code. In the future, it will be possible to have armhf, i386, and any other supported architecture, included in the same package. Support for that has been deprioritized a bit though, as development is currently concentrated on the phone platform. It's already possible to install ...


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Do you really need to statically link to all of Qt5? I would imagine that most modern Linuxes already have it in their repositories. It may just be that all you need to do is include Ubuntu.Components in your binary. If I were doing this, I'd just copy the Ubuntu.Components source into my project directory, as if it were another module. I've never ...


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Currently there are no Ubuntu Touch smartphones available at retail in India or anywhere else. There are a couple of tablet devices that Ubuntu Touch currently supports if you're willing to install it yourself. They are the Nexus 7 2013 WiFi and the Nexus 10. Here are the instructions detailing how to install Ubuntu Touch.



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