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How to use the contextual shortcut Alt+Enter or Option+Enter - Among many keyboard shortcuts, Android Studio provides a very useful context aware shortcut to manage intention actions: Alt+Enter (non Mac world) or Option+Enter (Mac world)
A website dedicated to developers of robot applications for Pepper and NAO - Developer Center is eventually released on prod with a batch of minimum valuable features.
We previously released a preview of the Developer Center website (“Early birds”) in April and we release its first public version (“Opening Night”) on May the 16h. We do thank you for your reactions and feedback which was taken into account and helps us improve the developer experience.
How to add a desktop shortcut on Gnome 3 to launch Android Studio (Ubuntu 16.04) - This tip explains two ways to add a desktop icon to launch Android Studio from a Gnome 3 environment: activate or create icons on the desktop.
How to add a launcher shortcut on Gnome 3 to launch Android Studio (Ubuntu 16.04) - This tip explains how to add a shortcut to the app launcher to launch Android Studio on Ubuntu.
How to install a language package and get speech recognition in new languages - As international talking robots, Pepper and NAO can access many languages for speech recognition, and its management is quite easy. This quick how-to explains how to set up new languages installing a language pack in a few simple steps.
Refactoring your code to use AndroidX Jetpack made easy - Using AndroidX is highly recommended: Pepper applications and libraries developed at SoftBank Robotics use it, and Google announced it as the new standard. Here you will learn how to migrate a project to AndroidX using the "Refactor > Migrate to AndroidX" menu in Android Studio. In most cases, it will do the trick without any more hassle. Still, you should take the time to read the prerequisites and infos in this blog article, as following the recommended steps will make activating Jetpack and migrating from Support Library to AndroidX easier.