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  • kivy,  linux,  mobile

    Mobile App Development With Kivy & Python 3 (part 2 android release + sign and zipalign, publish)

    So, folder for kivy project is zenseeker. Buildozer init (get spec and modify it) buildozer -v android debug Move the apk to the phone and debug it if needed with adb logcat (press install and check the logs) It works? Good, then get ready for keytool (save the password and alias) and signing with jarsigner. But read this first, Publish your app: https://developer.android.com/studio/publish mkdir ~/keystores/ keytool -genkey -v -keystore ~/keystores/.keystore -alias -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 So then we have a keystore, cool Next up Open a cmd, navigate to project where the buildozer.spec is buildozer -v android release (not not use the EXPORT keys from keystore) This will…

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  • kivy,  linux,  mobile,  Python

    Mobile App Development With Kivy & Python 3 – From scratch (part 1 android debug)

    So I just finished the course, Mobile App Development With Kivy & Python – From scratch. I was good and covered alot, but it missed out on the method for making an android packet….I was hoping it was not. In section 54 it said ” Building an android ABK”, but just a link. So I have to ride that journey myself. So I am going to create a simple book-app, the app will explained in depth later. But short about the app, it will have some buttons, label’s and on_press actions and the layout stored in the .kv file. The label will show text when the buttons are press and…

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