Qt ios .... demo yes :)



  • http://t.co/iHI8rI26

    Edit (mlong): Description from further down-thread:

    This link is for the first release of the Qt4iOS SDK. It supports multi-touch, screen rotation, OpenGL, widgets, QML, GPS, accelerometer, multimedia, WebKit etc.
    This SDK has been used to develop the first Qt (GUI) app accepted by Apple for the iOS App Store, and contains both the open source ‘UIKit’ plugin and a demo of the commercial ‘iOS’ plugin.



  • Wait, that's a ZIP file!! ?

    !http://i.imgur.com/XKjlw.jpg!

    I will try it tomorrow, hope it's real.



  • [quote author="qtnext" date="1328294804"]http://t.co/iHI8rI26[/quote]

    Can you please say somethign more than just paste a link to a zip file?
    I personally think, this is no good practice and for me it would be an indicator to never click on it.



  • sorry ... here is the link for more info : https://twitter.com/#!/Qt4iOS



  • I'm overwhelmed by that flood of information. I bit more than what I had expected...



  • This link is for the first release of the Qt4iOS SDK. It supports multi-touch, screen rotation, OpenGL, widgets, QML, GPS, accelerometer, multimedia, WebKit etc.

    This SDK has been used to develop the first Qt (GUI) app accepted by Apple for the iOS App Store, and contains both the open source ‘UIKit’ plugin and a demo of the commercial ‘iOS’ plugin.



  • I have tested it with the Qt AnimatedTiles

    the zip file includes a 3 short pdf tuturials to get you started and the iOS plugin.

    We need more guys to start testing ;) lets not forget the guys behind this and android plugin, Qt is the most valuable SDK today, all knowen platforms supported ;)

    Good luck testing it guys



  • I have tried qt4ios and have had some pleasing and quick results.
    I am developing on an iPhone and have found a couple of issues:

    1. The keyboard does not hide itself when the Done is clicked.
    2. I cannot read a file from resources. It returns Unknown error from the QFile::open().

    The application behaves properly when build with Qt Creator.

    I am evaluating the product for multi-platform development.

    The equivalent uiKit had the screen offset from the equivalent touch area so I did not persevere.

    Great work



  • Very good, thank you !!!



  • [quote author="tc42" date="1331917673"]I have tried qt4ios and have had some pleasing and quick results.
    I am developing on an iPhone and have found a couple of issues:

    1. The keyboard does not hide itself when the Done is clicked.

    2. I cannot read a file from resources. It returns Unknown error from the QFile::open().
      [/quote]

    3. It's not supposed to. 'Done' is 'Return'. It's up to the Qt app to handle <Return> on an edit control and do something with it (eg. remove focus from the control, which will hide the keyboard).

    4. You're probably not using Q_INIT_RESOURCE, which you need to do when using resources from static libraries ( http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/qdir.html#Q_INIT_RESOURCE )


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