Install the latest version of Gambas on Ubuntu and begins to program applications

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Whose acronym is prawns "Gambas Almost Means Basic" - is analogous to Visual Studio on Windows. It is a visual programming environment -derived BASIC and very like Java- allows us to develop applications easily, thanks to that program in a high-level code.

It is as easy as dragging the item you want to include and set their function. The best of this programming environment is undoubtedly that it is open source, it is distributed in GPL license, and therefore we have daily updates to fix bugs and add new features. Gambas is so simple that do not need prior knowledge of any programming language.Just you need to have a freely -free and manual, and time to learn, so it is perfect for students who are just beginning.

In this case we will learn how to install the latest released from the repository version with these simple steps:

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  • Open the terminal command.
    • Enter these commands one by one:

      sudo add-apt-repository ppa: shrimp-team / shrimp-daily
      sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get install gambas3

      With these commands get the latest released Gambas, currently going by the 3.8.1- version, but if we want the most stable we can use these other commands, but be aware that we can never add the two PPA at a time, we can only choose one, because if not provoke a mistake and have to start the process from the beginning, first cleaning the installation:

      Open the terminal command.

      Enter these commands one by one:

      sudo add-apt-repository ppa: shrimp-team / gambas3
      sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get install gambas3

      I personally recommend this latest version, which is stable, if you're starting out, because the other can give some other error. The best thing about this environment, if we come from Visual Basic, is that we have an interpreter who translates our programs to Gambas can interpret and compile without problems.

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