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2 March 2017

A couple of new snap tutorials are now available

Internet of Things Article

We are really proud to announce a new couple of snaps tutorials now available on The first one is a pure community contribution thanks to Simos Xenitellis who did a first draft on his own blog. With only a little bit of guidance, we got his work turned into this excellent “Snap a python ...

20 January 2017 goes live!

Internet of Things Article

We are really proud to announce that Tutorials Ubuntu went live this week! What are ubuntu tutorials? Ubuntu tutorials are a topic-specific walkthroughs, giving you a very practical experience on a particular domain. They are just like learning from pair programming except you can do it on your own! They provide a step-by-step process to ...

Amrisha Prashar
1 December 2016

Competition: Build a seasonal snap on your Raspberry Pi

Internet of Things Article

And our present for you this Christmas is… a competition to create a seasonal snap on your Raspberry Pi 2 or 3! We’d love to see the entries that are the most festive, original and work across devices – it could be snow falling, Christmas carols, Santa Claus snaps – anything that is festive! The ...

Amrisha Prashar
5 October 2016

Nextcloud Box: The first consumer device to run snaps

Internet of Things Article

Last month saw the release of the Nextcloud box – the first consumer equipment to run snaps! The box is a private cloud and IoT solution for home users, giving consumers a way to take back control over their personal data. It consists of a hard drive, case and is complemented by a Raspberry Pi ...

28 September 2016

Learning to snap with codelabs

Internet of Things Article

I always felt that learning something new, especially new concepts and workflows usually works best if you see it first-hand and get to do things yourself. If you experience directly how your actions influence the system you’re working with, the new connections in your brain form much more quickly. Didier and I talked a while ...