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Qt 5 Alpha is here – providing a taste of the future

Qt 5 Alpha is here – providing a taste of the future

| April 4, 2012 | 54 Replies

  There’s a blogpost Qt fans will want to check out over at the Qt Blog. http://blog.qt.nokia.com/2012/04/03/qt-5-alpha-is-here-providing-a-taste-of-the-future/   With Qt, Nokia simplifies and unifies their development platform. Nokia is firmly committed to Qt. Qt will be powering the next billion. Qt was seen for Meltemi. Nokia are very much still showing Qt off for N9/Symbian […]

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Video: WP7 style “plate animation” in QML

Video: WP7 style “plate animation” in QML

| January 3, 2012 | 7 Replies

    A developer has been experimenting with QML, bringing Windows Phone Metro style animation. Experimenting with QML plate animation in the latest version of cuteBrain [1]. You can pretty much see all animation code in the window to the left, which shows how extremly powerful QML can be! I got the idea for this […]

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Vote for Qt. Qt for Windows Phone under review.

Vote for Qt. Qt for Windows Phone under review.

| December 29, 2011 | 85 Replies

  Something that looked so simple to us on the outside would be to bring Qt to Windows Phone, leveraging then both all the possible Qt developers and bringing them to this young new Windows Phone OS. But for what ever reason, it’s not there. Well on the Windows Phone official site’s developer feedback page, […]

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Lightweight QtWebKit-based browser, Orange Helium by Orange Labs.

Lightweight QtWebKit-based browser, Orange Helium by Orange Labs.

| December 20, 2011 | 8 Replies

  There’s a new Qt browser from Orange Labs called Orange Helium. Orange Labs began working on this around 2010 ad the result is a light weight Qt WebKit based browser. At the time Orange Labs was working on this, the only mobile port of Qt Quick was on the Nokia N900/Maemo 5 so that’s […]

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Qt 4.8.0 available (and pics of the Qt teams!)

Qt 4.8.0 available (and pics of the Qt teams!)

| December 16, 2011 | 27 Replies

Qt 4.8.0 was released yesterday featuring Qt Platform Abstraction, threaded OpenGL support, multithreaded HTTP and optimized file system access, making Qt apps even better by the day. Please check out the Qt download page over at: http://qt.nokia.com/downloads. Feedback can be left at the Qt bug tracker: https://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/secure/Dashboard.jspa Qt Platform Abstraction (QPA)  QPA restructures the GUI stack to enable […]

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Qt Apps Coming to Windows 8

Qt Apps Coming to Windows 8

| December 13, 2011 | 37 Replies

  Nokia had always stated there would be no restriction on QT for Windows 8, and now Digia (whom Nokia has always worked closely with and had sold its Qt licensing and services business to) are apparently going to bring Qt applications for Windows 8. This would tie in nicely for Nokia should they ever make another […]

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Update:  Qt 4.7.4 for Symbian and Qt Quick Components 1.1 for even better looking/running Symbian/Apps

Update: Qt 4.7.4 for Symbian and Qt Quick Components 1.1 for even better looking/running Symbian/Apps

| November 8, 2011 | 56 Replies

The Qt Blog says Qt Quick Components is now updated to v1.1 for Symbian. This update is part of a new release for Anna and Belle, containing Qt 4.7.4 Qt Quick 1.1 and Qt Quick Components 1.1 for Symbian. This enables quick UI design and development for Qt apps. Qt blog says Qt 4.7.4 is […]

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Qt API mapping for iOS, Android and Windows phone developers – bring iPhone/iPad apps to Symbian/N9

Qt API mapping for iOS, Android and Windows phone developers – bring iPhone/iPad apps to Symbian/N9

| October 7, 2011 | 50 Replies

With Nokia’s Ovi Store (now Nokia Store) reported to supposedly deliver 160% more downloads per app than Apple’s App Store (and possibly well over 9 million daily downloads now) it would be quite understandable why other developers may want a piece of this action. There’s certainly an audience there willing to buy great quality apps. […]

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Microsoft adds API mapping support for Symbian Qt

Microsoft adds API mapping support for Symbian Qt

| September 21, 2011 | 25 Replies

In an effort to lure the present Qt devs (quite a number now, i’d say) into the Windows Phone dev environment, microsoft has added support in their API mapping tool for Symbian Qt, which the devs can use to create ports in a fast and easy manner. If you want to check it out, here’s the direct […]

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