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What blackberry and qnx?
hamedaz last edited by
I am a new member of this group, I would like to receive information about QNX and Blackberry
What is it and how to use them?
Uncle Google is your friend here.
QNX is an RTOS supported by Qt, BlacbBerry is a cell phone brand, their newest OSes also support Qt.
hamedaz last edited by
Only the BlackBerry operating system is installed on BlackBerry phones
tomma last edited by
New phones and tablets will have BlackBerry 10 OS which is based on QNX: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackBerry_10
It has Cascades framework which bases on Qt:
WindJunkie last edited by
The new BlackBerry 10 (BB10) platform is based on QNX and will be shipped with Qt on devices and in the SDK (actually it is "NDK" since there will be other "DK"s too, for HTML5).
Moreover, most of the device UI and apps are written with Cascades (see the link in the prev post) which is based on Qt.
There are two types of devices available in public:
Retail PlayBooks which runs Tablet OS 2.x. This one is based on QNX too but does not have Qt onboard. Still, use can use Qt with it. Qt can be comppiled for PlayBook and you can install Qt apps on a PlayBook. Just check "this wiki":http://qt-project.org/wiki/BlackBerry about this
So-called "Dev Alpha" devices. Those devices have been given away during various developer events organized by RIM. They run an alpha version of BB10. Their firmware contains. An SDK (as menitoned rather "NDK") with Qt inside is available under "this link":https://developer.blackberry.com/cascades/download. You can use the "above link":http://qt-project.org/wiki/BlackBerry to build another version of Qt if needed, and install apps the same way how it is possible with PlayBook
Please note that all this is work in progress. More infos and updates are to come!
If you like to learn more, consider coming to one of the "BlackBerry Jams":http://blogs.blackberry.com/2012/06/blackberry-comes-to-you/
AlterX last edited by
QNX Neutrino...I know that before it was Blackberry product. It's a real-time OS used in the past in the medical field thanks to its real-time nature. I remember a complete pc system in just one floppy!