Ubuntu Touch has been around for nearly a year now, the mobile version of Canonical’s distro set to be the next Android. The OS recently went 1.0, an important release for it that allows developers and hardware manufacturers to start putting it on phones and seriously thinking about making it into a product. To celebrate, we look at the past, present and future of the project with an exclusive interview with product manager Richard Collins in Linux User & Developer 133. We also show you how to use it, and how to get a headstart developing for it.
Also in this issue, we have a report on the latest PyCon UK, and how education was an important part of it. There’s also tutorials on installing Cinnamon, developing for Firefox and controlling your Raspberry Pi from a web interface.
You can grab issue 133 in stores now, and online via the Imagine Shop.