Furthermore, the developers also announced an interesting full-of-potential Ubuntu QML toolkit (in a preview stage,--yet, at a basic level, usable--), toolkit that is presently available for installation and testing.
Along with clear instructions about various how-tos (related to installations, dependencies, etc), the Ubuntu QML toolkit comes with app examples, facing the user/developer with basic yet interesting app examples, allowing developers to experience the look and feel of created-via-new-Ubuntu-supported-technologies apps.
Notepad-qml (testing purposes only) is definitely a good-looking application that houses a simplistic interface, allowing the user to easily create notes.
The main interface adopts a yellow color, a title and an
Add a new note button.
Creating a new note is as simple as clicking on
Add a new note button and writing the actual note.
Subtle yet elegant animations are immediately noticed for both note creation and expanding/contracting already-created notes.
A definitely interesting aspect of Notepad-qml is its visual adaptation to the screen, when the app is windowed and non-fullscreen, the app looks and behaves like a phone app (relevant elements,--the note holders--, are visually emphasized, time and date are displayed under the exposed text, the note's jagged top edges are decreased, etc).
Complete installation details (necessary for Ubuntu QML toolkit and Notepad-qml) are available on http://developer.ubuntu.com/get-started/gomobile/