Monthly Archives: February 2011

Tutorials and first look at Qt SDK 1.1 Tech preview

Since I last posted I have started hitting the Qt and QtQuick tutorials with very mixed results. I also downloaded and installed the new Qt SDK 1.1 Technical preview. I’ve learned a lot and am excited about the potential of … Continue reading

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Great QTQuick example’s

Nokia have recently posted a set of QTQuick examples on Forum.Nokia.  It’s a fantastic set of resources for developers looking into the platform and contains project files and source code, plus working demo’s on Windows, Maemo and Symbian.  The QT … Continue reading

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QtQuick – How to develop for the device, on the device

One cool thing about QtQuick that I realized today is that it should be possible to develop for you device, on your device. And i can now say that yes, it’s only a Hello World app, but at no point … Continue reading

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Qt – starting out

I did some bits of development over the weekend and this evening, or at least i tried too.  We also had about 15 inches of snow so much time has been spent shoveling and roof raking. At the time of … Continue reading

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Developer Day’s Videos – Future of Symbian, QT, Windows Phone

Nokia Developer days was held in Barcelona at the same time as Mobile World Congress. During that time Nokia CTO Rich Green too to the stage and outlined Nokia’s OS strategy and took some Questions and answers.   The videos … Continue reading

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Thank you

I just wanted to thank a bunch of blogs and technology website which did a brilliant job on finding out more about Nokia’s strategy and communicating answers since 2/11/2011. I especially want to mention the various Nokia folks who have … Continue reading

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Why develop QT when there would be no more Symbian, and Meego was being relegated to a research project?

This was a common question I read this last week in the wake of the Nokia announcement about Windows Phone becoming their primary smartphone platform.  It was also one I had to answer for myself. As I have mentioned, I … Continue reading

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