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Programming

« on: August 28, 2014, 01:27:41 PM »
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  • Bigmodz54

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    I need help.. i have looked everywhere and have found nothing. I want to learn how to program apps just using my phone because i dont have a computer... where do i start? Please help!
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    Re: Programming

    « Reply #1 on: August 30, 2014, 09:24:30 AM »
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    That would be extremely difficult. You probably aren't finding anything for a reason...

    You need an IDE (integrated development environment) such as You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login. Unless you know Java and XML extremely well, you could use a text editor, however you still need something to build the source. Unfortunately I'd say it is not possible, and if it were, it'd be quite difficult and you'd need a powerful phone. Eclipse/A.S. can bring my PC to a crawl while it's building.

    It would also be a hassle to debug from the phone. Run app, try to watch logs on a tiny screen with no multi-window support. You'd know how it behaves on one device/API level.
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    Re: Programming

    « Reply #2 on: August 30, 2014, 03:30:52 PM »
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    I have a windows vista I can install Linux over but I have questions I can not find answers to. Like if I replace windows with Linux will I have a full installation? Will it be come the main is on my PC? And will it last for a while? Do I always have to boot via DVD to boot to Linux and if I restart my PC will I lose any data from my Linux? If you can answer these questions it will be great
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    Re: Programming

    « Reply #3 on: August 30, 2014, 06:58:17 PM »
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    I have a windows vista I can install Linux over but I have questions I can not find answers to. Like if I replace windows with Linux will I have a full installation? Will it be come the main is on my PC? And will it last for a while? Do I always have to boot via DVD to boot to Linux and if I restart my PC will I lose any data from my Linux? If you can answer these questions it will be great

    I removed your other post...no need to post the same questions in two different post.....................

    We answered all your questions in irc chat.......to answer them again.............if you install linux on any machine you will have a choice to keep windows or write over it......... second if you install it it will stay even after a reboot.......you will need to install it with a bootable pen drive or live cd.......which you boot to and then install it......and as far as worh it goes that depends on you........
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