"Ars Technica":http://arstechnica.com/ published article about the "development strategy":http://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2010/10/nokia-boosts-qt-commitment-changes-symbian-strategy.ars
[quote author="chetankjain" date="1287683123"]also saw this tweet by "harrytenberge":http://twitter.com/#!/harrytenberge
on "Ubuntu and Qt":http://mdzlog.alcor.net/2010/10/20/ubuntu-and-qt/ :-)
They also published an "interesting article":http://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2010/10/canonical-cto-contemplates-qt-we-think-it-has-a-lot-to-offer-ubuntu.ars about Qt and Ubuntu.
[quote author="jdbastardy" date="1284456113"]I liked it so much... I just want to use it for Symbian and Windows development. However. I do not know how to use it with symbian.[/quote]
You can install "Qt: Framework Only":http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/windows-cpp and then Nokia Qt SDK and in the QtCreator add path to Qt: Framework Only directory.
I've got this book. It is great! So many advanced topics in one book! And it is not a problem to read the code snippets. They are tiny and are typed with another font.
I haven't started reading the book but it seems to me that it is based on the author's practical experience. I wonder what other sources of practical experience exist on the Internet. Maybe there is a blog which describes solutions of practical problems with Qt.
[quote author="aviral" date="1280746776"]qt and nokia are doing good and that shud open mkt for more qt exploration[/quote]
Just good is not enough. Qt for Symbian needs to improve a lot. May be with Symbian^4 and Orbit UI, we can see this changes taking place.
Denis Kormalev, Target audience of this book - beginners in Qt for Symbian who want to make his first steps in mobile software development.
iddqd, If I remember correctly, book doesn't contain any info regarding QtCreator.
Added: Some small parts of this book available through Google Books - "link":http://books.google.com/books?id=uh0LnSKusjMC&lpg=PA86&ots=f7B7b4Aqn2
I can say this is the most irritating review done by anyone for such a great OS and device.
Lot of back ground noise and bad video quality. :(
I think Nokia and Intel has to learn a lot from the Apple about their marketing strategy.