The Appril release of Quirky Linux includes the Android SDK (Software Development Kit), Android Studio, App Inventor, Oracle JDK (Java Development Kit), and LiveCode tools, as well as all of their dependencies, together with the JWM (Joe’s Window Manager) and ROX, providing one of the lightest environments for Android app developers.
“The intention is to have out-of-the-box, just-click-and-get-going Android app development, catering for total non-programmers with App Inventor, through intermediate with LiveCode, to hard-core coders with Android Studio,” says Barry Kauler, Puppy Linux creator.
Source: Puppy Linux’s Sister Quirky 7.1 Distro Arrives with Tools for Android App Developers
It actually runs the App Inventor system on the computer – does not require access to appinventor.mit.edu.
Download here (its free, of course). I have not tried this yet but would be interested to hear reports from users!
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How awesome is that? If anyone needs help making a Linux thumb-drive installer or run this distro as a virtual machine…..let me know! I’ll be glad to help 🙂