In a previous post, installing Kivy on Ubuntu 15.04 was issued. Today, there is a main development which is using SDL2 instead of Pygame. You can find why this is significant on Google.
I cannot find Kivy and Buildozer installion document for Fedora 22 and decided to write a recipe for it. So, lets get started. You will find 8 main sections for this topic:
- Installing Dependencies
- Creating Virtual Environment
- Installing Some Required Python Modules
- Installing Kivy
- Testing Kivy
- Installing Dependencies Required to Packaging for Android
- Configuring Buildozer
- Making APK File
Continue reading [HowTo] Install Kivy and Buildozer on Fedora 22 and Making APK
In the previous post, how to install Kivy and Buildozer on Ubuntu is examined. In this post, you will find stages making APK files on Ubuntu with Python and Kivy using Buildozer. If you have followed the previous tutorial, you have already installed Buildozer on your virtual environment; however, it is not ready to making APK files for now. To test this statement, create a folder with a very basic main.py file(example from Kivy.org mainpage): Continue reading [HowTo] [Python/Kivy] Building APK With Buildozer
Installing Kivy and building an apk file is the fundamental step of coding Android applications with Python. In this post, Buildozer is used for building apk, installing sdk, ndk and other dependencies automatically.
All commands on this post are applied on a fresh installed and newly updated (02/07/2015) Ubuntu 15.04. Use it at your own risk. Continue reading [HowTo] Install Kivy and Buildozer on Ubuntu 15.04