GNOME 3.22 Supports Flatpak Cross-Linux Distribution Framework

1 - GNOME 3.22 Supports Flatpak Cross-Linux Distribution Framework
2 - Flatpak Gets Integrated
3 - Batch File Renaming Comes to GNOME Files
4 - GNOME 3.22 Improves Keyboard Settings
5 - Sharing Photos Now Easier
6 - Calendar Alarms Debut
7 - Books Support ePub
8 - Builder Improves Application Profiling
9 - GNOME 3.22 Will Be Available in Multiple Linux Distributions
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GNOME 3.22 Supports Flatpak Cross-Linux Distribution Framework

The GNOME 3.22 update to the popular desktop environment supports the Flatpak framework, which enables developers to build a single application package that can work across multiple distributions of Linux.

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Flatpak Gets Integrated

GNOME 3.22 supports the cross-distribution Flatpak framework, which enables software developers to build a single application package that can work across multiple flavors of Linux. Flatpak support is integrated into the GNOME software application, where users go to find and download apps.

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Batch File Renaming Comes to GNOME Files

The GNOME Files application,which provides file and folder access, offers multiple improvements. Files and folders can now be batch renamed, and compressed files can be opened and created directly from within Files.

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GNOME 3.22 Improves Keyboard Settings

The keyboard settings configuration in GNOME 3.22 has been updated in an effort to make it easier for users to create new keyboard shortcuts.

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Sharing Photos Now Easier

The GNOME Photos application has been updated and can photos can be shared easily from within the app. The initial sharing integration enables users to share via email or via Google Photos, with the promise of more integrations to come.

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Calendar Alarms Debut

The integrated GNOME Calendar event now lets users set alarms for events. Additionally, the app now lets users drag and drop events across the calendar.

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Books Support ePub

The Books application in GNOME is nudging forward in the latest update and now provides support for the popular ePub format for digital books.

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Builder Improves Application Profiling

The Builder IDE application gets updated in GNOME 3.22 with a new built-in performance profiler capability.

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GNOME 3.22 Will Be Available in Multiple Linux Distributions

As an open-source project, the GNOME 3.22 desktop is freely available to be installed in any Linux distribution. Among the first to directly make GNOME 3.22 available in their software repositories are Fedora (as part of the upcoming Fedora 25 release) and the openSUSE Tumbleweed rolling distribution.

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