Lucian Tomuta, from Forum Nokia, has just posted a really informative video showing the Nokia Qt SDK in action. The video shows how easy is to build and test a Qt application on both the desktop Qt simulator and on a real device. The original article is available here.
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Google has just launched Google App Inventor: From the App Inventor’s website: You can build just about any app you can imagine with App Inventor. Often people begin by building games like WhackAMole or games that let you draw funny pictures on your friend’s faces. You can even make use of the phone’s sensors to
Few days ago Sencha just released the first HTML5 framework targeted for mobile devices: Sencha Touch. As stated on Sencha’s website: It comes with a comprehensive UI widget library, complete touch event management with CSS transitions and an extensive data package. If you have an HTML5-ready browser, you can take a look the demos here.
Nokia today did a series of announcement, especially targeted towards individual developers, and with the precise aim of lowering the barriers for developing and publishing apps for Nokia devices. The first important announcement is that, starting today, individual developers can register and publish their apps to the Ovi Store, a thing previously allowed to companies
Some good news for Java developers: Java Verified has just released a new, cheaper test program for mobile applications: the Simple App Testing. The new program will allow to test simple applications for an average cost of approximately 75 euros per app, slightly cheaper than the cost for standard test program. But what’s a “simple
Today, Nokia released the version 1.0 Release Candidate of its unified Qt SDK. This new version also includes the Release Candidate of Qt Creator 2.0. Aside from bug fixing and various improvements, the biggest news in this announcement is that apps for N900 built with this SDK can be finally published to the Ovi Store.
While Qt is destined to become the main technology for future Nokia devices, with Nokia focusing his efforts into its recently released Nokia Qt IDE, Carbide C++ still represents in most cases the primary choice for native Symbian development. Carbide C++ 2.6 has just been released, with the major improvements in the added support for
Good news for iPad developers that want to monetize their apps: AdMob has just announced the availability of its SDK for the new Apple device. Developers can then download and use the AdMob SDK in their iPad apps, just like they do with iPhone. The supported ad sizes for iPad will be: 300×250, 728×90, and
Presented yesterday at Intel’s Computex, here’s a first preview of a MeeGo-powered tablet that starts to show which are the capabilities and UI elements of this OS. The demo showcases two different parts of the User Interface: a standard menu with app icons and, the cool one, a totally customizable sliding menu, with vertical slices
Today, and after unveiling it at Google I/O, Facebook released its official Facebook SDK for the Android platform. With the current release Android developers can finally transform their apps into social gateways. Specifically, these are the features built into this first SDK release: Strong authentication using OAuth 2.0 Making requests to the new Graph API