What that is confusing for you is just some notes before starting with Qt. There's no different between platforms to use with QtCreator. Then you need to have a little knowledge about configuring Qt for different platforms. Although you can download compiled binaries from http://qt.nokia.com
then you can set the QtCreator environment to your desired SDK at Tools->Options->Qt4
to compile for WinMobile and WinCE you'll need to have their SDK installed. After configuring your Qt for required version, you'll have to use QtAddIn under VS2008 to compile and deploy to your device.
[quote author="SABROG" date="1294906845"]Why MeeGo using Clutter+Mx(widgets) instead Qt or QtQuick?[/quote]
Meego only uses Clutter + Mx libraries for Netbook UX, Handset UX uses MeegoTouch which is based on Qt. The reason for using Clutter + Mx on Netbook I think it's because they're native UX libraries on Moblin. Nokia may still want to keep something "Intellish" or new Netbook UX has not been developed or being developed, but things might change in the future, who knows?
Probably a link which you have checked yourself and is known to contain no malicious content. In this case the poster had posted an external link from other forum. The poster might have asked this because some forums restrict posting external links or using short url's.
Our support normally works via mail or IRC. I'd be the person to talk to
I'm dalaing on #qt, #qt-labs and #qt-mobility on freenode, ususally available from 0830 to 1630 AEST (GMT + 1000).
I asked about the licensing - since mapping is part of the 1.1 release it should be fine to use in a commercial product in general, although you probably need someone from your end to read and understand the terms and conditions associated with the Nokia mapping plugin if you're planning on using it in a commercial app, just in case.
I am using the VS console. here is the dump from the console command line:
C:\qtmobility>configure -prefix C:\qt\4.7.1
Checking available Qt
Cannot find 'nmake', 'mingw32-make' or 'make' in your PATH
i tried "configure -vc" with the same result.
I tried from a standard command line and set the path variable with the following command:
C:\qtmobility>set PATH=%PATH%;"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\bin"
Well, the thread you read is correct. To display an & on a button, you have to double it to &&. The solution to your problem is therefore to un-double the && before you display it in a line edit. There are many ways to do this. One would be to simply do a string replace before pasting it on the line edit, where in replace a double && with a single &. Another would be not to use the caption of the button directly, but use another property instead. The latter would be a more flexible solution, I think.
My opinion is that there is no generic Best way of "layout-ing" the widgets.
In the end both methods are going to be C++ code (most likely very similar C++ code).
The only big difference is who is writing the C++ code you write it, or the UIC generate it (using the designer xml as a "pattern").
If you want to check this just open an ui_UIFILENAME.h and see the implementation of the setupUi(...) method.
So to choose one way or the other, you need to think of what is convenient for you: the time you need to write the code for Widgets/Layouts vs the time you need to achieve the same result using Designer.
Basically is the same for the application/code/compiler, it only depends on what is convenient for you: what are you most productive with, or what do you like, or maybe some simple dialogs (with simple layouts) are fast to code and some more complex layouts are easier to implement in the Designer.
[quote author="hasnain" date="1294405096"]then what should i do to make a call from a qt mobile app, any suggestion, any link or example or anything that might help. i am not asking for some sample code i am just asking for a direction. i can not bear with the idea that one can make call on from nokia device using J2ME application which run on JVM. but not using qt app which is intended for nokia devices. [/quote]
At this stage, you can make use of symbian native platform APIs for making call and other such telephony API requirements.
Colman. I can't remember where but I read about what a thing was a similar issue (some key events that were always processed by "qt" and would never make to the event loops). The solutions was to deal with other event functions on QApplication, like:
yes if it is your design decision, about the previous sample , i noticed that it scale not very well , i mean by adding more items in the kinetic listView the system became to slow.Widget are quite heavyweight , the approach with the graphicalViewItem solved the probs...
[quote author="qtrahul" date="1293543983"]But it's equally true that one can not submit the application which is previously submitted to any other web, like www.ovi.com
Developer have to make the new application in order to register there.[/quote]
Well yes, previously submitted applications - as in an application which is taken verbatim from your repository and just recompiled for some mobile target can't be submitted. Or, more specifically, it's a guideline: You can do that, but it shows no effort, and thus would be... More than very unlikely to win ;)
[quote author="smotiwala" date="1294222635"]I found probably the "old link ":www.mobedu.org/Qt_for_s60_mobile_extensions.pdf for technology preview of Qt S60 mobility extensions are defined
and these extensions were available through source code.
In this article he is using XQCamera API.
Is it possible to download those API.
Not recommended as it was TP and now it has been updated. There is a camera example available for Symbian at Forum Nokia. You will have to adapt it to use with Qt.
you can use your .ui files for the individual pages. These can be designed in designer, and then loaded as pages for your sliding view. That should work just fine.
You can extend the sliding-stacked-widget to a proper designer plugin. That way, you will be able to use it directly from designer itself.
[quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1294182746"]Stavros, as you understand I'm not Troll, not member of android-lighthouse team. I'm just a developer who use it, interested in it and sometimes send patches.[/quote]
Which IDE are you using? Are you trying to import a project in Carbide? If it is carbide I faced the same problem months back. I deleted all the built files and related files in epoch32 folder. Sorry, i lost that link which explained all these and i stopped using carbide.