Published by David Gilson at 9:23 UTC, September 10th 2011
The Nokia Developers blog has announced a range of demonstration applications showcasing what can be achieved with Qt on the N9. There are fourteen applications to download, along with their source code for developers to learn how each was built. Many of the applications demonstrate how to utilise hardware interfaces. For example, the guitar tuner shows how to address the audio API, the compass application interfaces with the N9's magnetometer, and several games show how to interface with the accelerometer, all in Qt, Qt Quick and Qt Mobility. Read on for more.
Full details about each project can be found here.
Here is a summary:
The blog post at Nokia Developers also shows a case study video of Qt development on the N9. It tells how Chinese social network, Kaixin, used Qt to develop a its N9 mobile client.
David Gilson for All About MeeGo, 10th September 2011.
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