[Sugar-devel] Programming in Python or as a Web Activity ?
laurent.bernabe at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 08:37:04 EST 2014
1. The most challenging task that I am facing in my development
beginning, is to get the libraries easel.js and tween.js work as shim
dependencies of require.js. In fact, I think I could read require.js
documentation thousands of times, I won't be able to get started.
2. The other problem, is that I need to put a real canvas element inside
the <div id="canvas"> ... but I don't know which size I must give to the
canvas in order to fit the sugar Window client area (without the toolbar).
OOP development is a bit trikier than the Python/Java OOP development
So, how can I go further, at least with points 1) and 2) ?
2014/1/24 Daniel Narvaez <dwnarvaez at gmail.com>
> Try to share the issues you have been having with web activities, someone
> might be able to help.
> Android has probably better API and documentation then gtk, but then it
> won't run on Sugar.
> On Friday, 24 January 2014, laurent bernabe <laurent.bernabe at gmail.com>
>> Hello everyone,
>> I've started a new Web project (ChessLearning), but it seems that Web
>> development is not my best skills. However, before turning it into a Python
>> app, I am wondering whether I should do my best to fit the Web Activity
>> For example, I think of an easier Android port, but am I wrong when I say
>> that it is better than Python for that ?
>> On the other side, Python + GTK3 programming is very hard, as the GTK3
>> library is not so easy to get used to, and Python version is not as well
>> documented as the C one (Gnome developers fault).
>> So, I know that may be more a decision of mine, but, what do you advise
>> me ?
>> Laurent Bernabé
> Daniel Narvaez
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