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New Qt projects: “Flake” Weather and “Nu, pagadi!” for Nokia N8/S^3

| March 8, 2011 | 15 Replies

Yesterday Kryak tipped us on a couple of new Qt projects: Flake and Nu, pagadi.

Flake is the weather application you can see above.

This is a weather application done in QML.
You can manage multiple locations, view 5-day forecast, simple temperature graphs and a world map view of the weather in your managed locations.

It’s based on the worldweatheronline.com weather API and the Ovi Maps API.

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You can add and remove cities for which you can then view the current weather and a 5-day forecast. Also, a world map is displayed on which weather status icons appear for each managed city. You can also mark a location as “current” so that this will be the default location displayed.

The data is stored offline through the JavaScript? database functionality.
The logic part is done in JavaScript?.

There’s a disabled functionality to get the weather at your current position. This worked on the simulator but the device’s GPS did not provide any coordinates.

All content except menu icons and the small weather icons is original.

The application is available for use under The MIT License. The menu icons and small weather icons can be used according to their original license.

The second app, “Nu, Pagadi” is a clone of classic Russian handheld game. Catch the eggs rolling from four roosts until the game gets too fast for you.

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