Getting Started with Qt – Don’t fear the native code!

The easy-to-use Qt Application and UI framework not only simplifies C++ development but quickly deploys apps to multiple mobile platforms without rewriting source code.

A one page overview of Qt can be found on Forum Nokia

Getting started guide is here

The latest Qt 4.6 brings full Symbian and Maemo support. In addition, there are a set of Qt API’s that offer key mobile platform features such as messaging, location, contacts are currently available but are labelled as Beta.
Visit the Forum Nokia wiki for tips and tricks (oh, and if you think of some add them there as well😉 )

If you get stuck, there are always the Forum Nokia Discussion Boards for Qt.

2 Comments

  1. Moulik
    Posted February 17, 2010 at 23:39 | Permalink

    Hello,

    Do I need to register for this event or can I attent it by just showing up to the venue?

    Thanks.

    BR,
    Moulik

    • mike
      Posted February 17, 2010 at 23:59 | Permalink

      The is no absolute requirement for registration, but it would be nice if you could register on either Facebook or Linked-In (see the Sign-up page for links)

      This helps us to judge how much of everything to order, it is useful for you to remain in touch with people after the event.


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