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PostPosted: Thursday, 28.Jan.2010 07:36    Post subject: Maemo 5 SDK Updated   Reply with quote   

Hi everyone,

Do we all know that The Maemo 5 SDK has been updated to provide developers with features of sending via Bluetooth technology and email, as well as improved documentation that will be of interest to MMS developers.

For developers who have already installed an earlier version of the SDK, the update can be obtained using the apt package management tool in scratchbox.

The SDK includes all the tools developers need to write, test, compile, and package for distribution Maemo 5 software on a Linux based computer.

http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/c05693a1-265c-4c7f-a38 9-fc227db4c465/Maemo_5_SDK.html
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PostPosted: Monday, 01.Feb.2010 11:30    Post subject: Download Maemo 5 SDK (Updated)   Reply with quote   

The Maemo platform is built on open source components, also offers a powerful Linux-based platform to create innovative mobile applications that deliver PC –style interaction and features.

See the link below for further clarification:

http://www.forum.nokia.com/Tools_Docs_and_Code/Tools/Platforms/Maemo/
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PostPosted: Tuesday, 27.Apr.2010 13:52    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Nokia has released the Nokia Qt SDK, see Nokia Conversations. Excerpt:
    Nokia rolls out Qt SDK for unified mobile developer experience
    GLOBAL – Today sees the release of the Nokia Qt SDK, a single easy-to-use software development kit (SDK) for Symbian and Meego application development. Developers can now develop, test and deploy native applications for Nokia smartphones and mobile computers. The beta version of the SDK is available for download from today, ready for developers to kick off development for new devices including the just announced Nokia N8.

    The Nokia Qt SDK has two core themes at its heart: developer productivity and distribution. The SDK comes with a complete suite of tools, including APIs designed to enable rapid creation of robust applications thus increasing developer productivity. Further, the SDK enables developers to build an application once, and recompile it for either a Symbian or MeeGo based device. What’s more, the supported platforms include future versions of Symbian and Meego, as well as the installed base of Symbian S60 (versions 3.1 to 5.0) and Maemo 5 devices. This means Nokia Qt SDK offers a huge range of distribution options for application developers.

    Making up the Nokia Qt SDK are a range of components, each designed to make development easier and faster. The modular Qt class library includes GUI controls, WebKit integration, networking, database framework and more. C++ programmers can use Qt Creator, a cross-platform IDE, which includes a GUI layout and forms designer, project and build management tools, debugging functions and code navigation tools.

    Sebastian Nystrom, vice president of Nokia Application and Service Frameworks, had this to say:

      “With the Nokia Qt SDK we are putting the power to create beautiful and high-performance applications in the hands of the developer. This beta SDK is a significant step in evolving our developer offering into a unified one that lets developers target millions of devices from the same codebase. In the first phase of the beta, we are focusing on testing the cross platform capabilities of the SDK with support for a broad, but initial set of API’s. Over the coming months we will add many more APIs. The beta program is in place for developers to share their experiences with us as we evolve this SDK to meet and exceed their productivity and application creation needs. We are now ready to share our excitement with the developer community!”

    Together with the new APIs for mobile development, the whole package is the ideal start point for anyone developing apps for Nokia devices. Right now the Nokia Qt SDK runs on Windows and Linux platforms, with Mac support expected in to arrive in the near future.

    This release represents a huge leap forward for users. Having access to tools which enable faster, more efficient development of applications should see a leap in the already growing catalogue of apps and games on offer through Ovi Store. We’re pretty excited by it, let us know what you think in the comments below.

    For further info, check out forum.nokia.com/qt or qt.nokia.com/products/developer-tools. Check out the launch site for more on the Nokia N8.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39D-a3OU1Nk
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PostPosted: Friday, 07.May.2010 09:12    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Nokia has released new experimental Qt 4.7 packages for the N900, see Qt Labs blog post. Excerpt:
    New experimental Qt 4.7 packages for the N900
    The Qt 4.7 Beta1 was released today, and I’m happy to announce that a set of experimental Qt 4.7 packages is available for Maemo 5 as well: http://chaos.troll.no/~harald/qt4-maemo5-4.7/20100505/ (all packages in one single tarball here).

    Note: The packages now strictly require PR 1.2. Please only install them in the latest Scratchbox based SDK, which already ships a pre-release of PR 1.2. Once PR 1.2 is officially released (*), the packages can also be installed on the device. MADDE and Qt Creator support is pending.

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    The road ahead
    Once PR 1.2 comes with official support for the stable Qt 4.6.2 version, experimental Qt 4.7 snapshots will be pushed to the Maemo extras-devel repository. If everything goes well, the release after PR 1.2 will ship with Qt 4.7.x (where “x” is whatever patch release is available at that time).

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    (*) Sorry, we don’t know the PR 1.2 release date either
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PostPosted: Thursday, 27.May.2010 13:06    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Firmware version PR 1.2 comes with Qt 4.6.2 libraries and here is some info for development, see Qt Labs blog post. Excerpt:
    PR 1.2 firmware for the N900 released with Qt 4.6.2
    After a few delays, the PR 1.2 firmware for the N900 is finally released with Qt 4.6.2 shipping by default (see maemo.org for all PR 1.2 related info). This means that all the apps that up until now only ran in the SDK can finally be deployed to real devices

    The final Qt packages have the version tag 4.6.2~git20100401-0maemo1+0m5 (no April Fool’s, despite the date).

    Some useful information:


    What’s next
    If you follow the git repository, you can see that we’re working full-steam on Qt 4.7 for Maemo 5. Experimental packages will appear soon in the extras-devel repository.
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The Nokia Qt SDK contains a Qt Simulator that is used to run Qt applications on a PC, see Qt Labs blog post. Excerpt:
    Qt Simulator is going public
    I’m Christian Kamm, one of the developers responsible for the Qt Simulator that celebrated its debut with the release of the Nokia Qt SDK beta last month. In this article, I will introduce this new tool, explain how it works and how to get involved.

    Qt Simulator is a fast and lightweight simulator for Qt applications intended to run on Nokia devices. As such, it should be your first target when developing a Qt application for Symbian or Maemo/Meego devices. The quick turnaround time should allow you to find, debug and fix a lot of issues before deploying the application to a real device. To give it a spin, grab the Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 beta from Forum Nokia.

    The idea behind the Simulator is simple: Make an application look and behave as if it was run on a device, without incurring the overhead of actually emulating the hardware, the operating system or even compiling for a different platform. Applications destined to run inside Qt Simulator link against versions of Qt and Qt Mobility which have been modified to communicate to the Simulator application and behave like they would on a device. We call these Simulator Qt and Simulator Mobility to distinguish them from the regular desktop versions.

    For instance, the Simulator Qt does not create native top level windows. Instead, it draws the application’s windows to a shared memory area and lets the Simulator use that to display the contents to the user. In return any user input is sent back from Qt Simulator to the corresponding client application and processed there.


    Another core aspect is Qt Mobility simulation. Take the Contacts API, for example: The Simulator manages its own contact list (it has a few stub contacts at startup, you can import vCard files into it) and whenever a client application uses the Contacts API, it operates on the simulated address book. This allows straightforward testing of applications using this API without fear of accidentally messing up your desktop computer’s address book. The other components of Qt Mobility 10.1, like system info, location, messaging, etc. are exposed in a similar way.

    To enable testing complex situations, like changing GPS data, the battery running out or turning the device upside down, Qt Simulator comes with a JavaScript interface to many of its components.

    We hope this tool to be useful to everyone developing applications for mobile devices and are eager to get feedback and bug reports! You can also go a step further and contribute directly: The sources have been released under the same licenses as Qt Creator’s, commercial or LGPL 2.1, and the repositories are available at

    Qt Simulator
    Remote Control Widget
    Simulator Qt
    Simulator Mobility

    More information on how to get started can be found on the Qt Simulator wiki.
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The Nokia Qt SDK 1.0RC has been released, see:

http://labs.trolltech.com/blogs/2010/06/09/nokia-qt-sdk-10rc-released/

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The Qt Creator 2.0.0 RC1 has been released, see:

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Forum Nokia has published Qt for Mobile Development E-learning. From the description:
    Qt for Mobile Development E-learning
    Learn the essentials of Qt for mobile application development. In addition to the learning topics, this interactive e-learning module includes screencast videos and quizzes. The topics included are, for example, Qt principles, getting started with Qt application development for Maemo and Symbian platforms, and mobility APIs.
Forum Nokia has also published Qt for Maemo Training Course. From the description:
    Qt for Maemo Training Course v1.1 Beta
    This training course gives you a deep view on developing Qt applications for the Maemo 5 platform. You will be familiarised with the Maemo platform and development tools, learn to port Qt applications from other platforms to Maemo, and fine-tune the UI for Maemo and Qt features available in Maemo. This ZIP package includes training documentation and lab exercises with example codes. This is a Beta release of this package.
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The Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 has been released, see Forum Nokia blog post. Excerpt:
    Availability of the Nokia Qt SDK 1.0
    The Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 is available starting today, and it offers a true cross-platform development environment allowing developers to create applications for both Symbian and Maemo devices. Installation is easy, as it only requires one installation package that downloads all of the Qt and Symbian/Maemo components that developers need using the same Qt Creator 2.0 as standard Qt SDK’s for use on Windows, Linux and Mac (beta).

    The Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 includes the Qt 4.6 libraries plus additional API’s for mobile development. With a fast, new simulator along with on-device debugging and the ability to compile to both .sis (Symbian) or .deb (Maemo) packages, it provides developers with a great opportunity to start creating amazing apps right away.

    Availability of Nokia Smart Installer for Symbian
    Qt developers can use the new Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 to easily bundle the Nokia Smart Installer for Symbian SIS with their app SIS to reach millions of users with Nokia Symbian devices worldwide. When an end user downloads an app, the Nokia Smart Installer for Symbian will check for dependencies, and if any missing files or Qt libraries are detected the Nokia Smart Installer for Symbian will download them from Nokia servers.

    For more information, please visit the Qt section of Forum Nokia.

    Ovi Store intake for Qt apps
    Finally, Qt developers can now upload Qt Symbian apps targeting both the Nokia N97 mini and Nokia X6, as well as Qt Maemo apps for the Nokia N900 mobile computer. The Nokia N8 will be supported when it’s released later this year, and additional Nokia Symbian (5.0 and 3.1/3.2) devices will be supported in the future, allowing Qt developers to reach a growing market of Nokia users worldwide. Applications will be published to Ovi Store beginning next month.
See also Nokia Conversations. Excerpt:
    Developer announcements to boost Nokia app marketplace
    ESPOO, Finland – Today, Nokia made a number of announcements that make life better for mobile developers. That’s good news if you’re a developer, of course, but also for the rest of us as users of Nokia devices. Faster, easier development options mean that more applications are likely to become available for your device, that it will take less time for your favourite applications to arrive on brand new models, and that updates will be more likely to be available even if you’re using an older device.

    There are five key announcements that will be important for developers:

    • Availability of the Nokia Qt Software Development Kit (SDK) 1.0
    • Individuals can now register as Ovi Publishers
    • Public beta of Nokia signing Symbian apps for free
    • Availability of Nokia Smart Installer for Symbian
    • Ovi Store intake for Qt apps

    The Nokia Qt SDK allows cross-platform development for both Symbian and Maemo devices. Qt applications will also be supported on MeeGo, when it arrives. Creating C++ applications is quicker and easier than with previous development kits, and there’s a new, faster simulator included and additional APIs for mobile development. Forum Nokia cites the example of Shazam, who said, “It took us a year and a half to get our application developed to our full feature set on Symbian classic. Within 3 to 4 weeks we were able to put together a prototype working on Qt.” As well as Windows and Linux versions, a beta version of the Mac SDK has also been released. They are available for free from the Forum Nokia Qt section.

    The announcements also make life easier for independent developers, who can now register as Ovi Publishers and distribute their apps worldwide through Ovi Store. Previously, you had to be part of a specific company or business. There’s a one-time fee of EU50 to register and apps can be submitted that are written in Qt, Symbian, Java, Flash Lite and Web Runtime.

    Signing Symbian apps for free means that developers once again reduce their costs, which makes producing Symbian apps for Ovi Store more appealing. Historically, developers have had to pay and wait to have their apps Symbian-signed as part of the approvals process. Nokia has started a beta programme waiving this fee and introducing measures to halve the time required for signing.

    The Nokia Smart Installer means that developers can send out their applications as a package without worrying too much about what parts of Qt need to be installed on users’ phones. The installer detects what files and libraries are needed by the app, looks to see what’s missing on the device and then downloads them automatically when you come to install it.

    Lastly, the Ovi Store intake means that developers can upload Symbian apps for the Nokia N97 mini, Nokia X6 and Maemo apps for the Nokia N900. The Nokia N8 will be supported from release, with additional – older and newer – Nokia devices supported in the future.

    So, this all bodes well for an easier time for developers and so a richer selection of up-to-the-minute applications available through Ovi Store. Let us know what you think in the comments.
See also this Forum Nokia blog post. And see also the blog posts Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 released, Qt Creator 2.0 and Qt Mobility 1.0.1 Released at Qt Labs.

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PostPosted: Monday, 12.Jul.2010 10:19    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Nokia has launched a beta of Qt Developer Network, see:

http://developer.qt.nokia.com/

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Qt Mobility 1.0.2 has been released at Qt Labs, see blog post. There is also a Qt Mobility 1.1.0 Technology Preview available, see blog post.

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TamsS60 has a blog post about packaging Qt applications for the N900, see:

http://tamss60.tamoggemon.com/2010/08/10/packaging-qt-applications-for -the-nokia-n900-the-smart-way/

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Nokia has released Qt Creator 2.0.1, see Qt News. Excerpt:
    Qt Creator 2.0.1 Released
    Oslo, 25 August 2010 – Nokia today released version 2.0.1 of Qt Creator: the cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) for use with the Qt framework. Qt Creator 2.0.1 brings bugfixes and optimizations based on feedback received from users since the release of Qt Creator 2.0.0.

    All Qt releases are available for download from http://qt.nokia.com/downloads.

    For a detailed list of changes introduced in Qt Creator 2.0.1, consult the changes file found in the packages or browse http://qt.nokia.com/developer/changes/changes-qtcreator-2.0.1
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