Urbi et Orbi A new year just started a few weeks ago, but Qt on Android doesn’t have time to rest :). The secret meeting At the beginning of the year I attended a very important workshop in Oslo. For two full days KDAB (me) and Digia (Oslo office folks) secretly discussed the future of […]
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Blogs from KDAB’s Qt on Android expert, Bogdan Vatra, who created and manages Ministro II which is installed by millions of users. Bogdan started the work on Qt on Android in 2009.
Update: Here you can read also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok Use Qt on Android After we learned how to setup the development environment, we’ll move forward in this article and learn how to use Qt Creator 3.0 (the one that comes with Qt 5.2 SDK) to create, run, debug and setup Qt […]
In my first article that I wrote about Qt on Android I gave you a small introduction on how the port began and where is it now. I wrote about the fact that in November 2012 I contributed the port to Qt project, but I intentionally omitted one very important thing to tell you. Before […]
Update: Qt on Android Episode 3 is available here Update2: Here you can read also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok In this article we’ll move forward and see how to set up the development environment for Android. A few remarks before we start: This article focuses on Qt 5.2! I’ll add comments for […]
Update: Qt on Android Episode 2 is available here Update2: Here you can read also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok I’d like to start a new series of blog posts focused on Qt on Android. The first article is about how it began, how it works, the current status, what to expect from […]