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As Craig said, we'd love to have great developer tools available, but sometimes in the world of volunteer software development the going can be a little slow.
For now, I'd invite you to please file a separate blueprint for each "kit" you envision on blueprints.launchpad.net/elementaryos
In this way, we can start to "spec out" the details of implementing these kinds of resources and make sure that these ideas are acted upon rather than lost.
El abr 25, 2013, a las 6:54 a.m., ecir hana <ecir.hana@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:
> I found about elementary few days ago and I like it a lot. Please, I would like to ask about your opinion or even make a feature request about "kits".
> A kit provides some programatic functionality but as opposed to a library, it is tightly integrated with the OS. I see that there are already a few kits listed in "Technology" section of the site. I'm asking about even more and more diverse kits.
> For example in Cocoa there is PDFKit which can be use to display a PDF in an application with just two lines of code. Or SceneKit which makes displaying 3D content very simple. Or Qt has QGraphicsScene which makes it easy to display and manipulate graphics. Or Mozilla XUL provides means for parsing RSS/Atom.
> The idea is that by providing many kits it would be easier to develop applications for elementary.
> Thanks for the feedback!
> Ecir Hana
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From: ecir hana, 2013-04-25