This video demonstrates QML based QuickFlickr i.e. Flickr client running on Symbian device (N8). What you see on the video is not the final product and it lacks many features, graphics and it still has several bugs.
Current set of features:
– Authentication with Flickr (doesn’t work on symbian device due the QtWebKit problem with developer packages)
– Latest uploads from contacts,
– Photostreams of your contacts and your own photostream
– Photo details (favorite,views, comments, add comments, description, etc)
– Contact list
– Navigation between different pages
Take your application from the desktop and port it to handheld devices, be it for MeeGo or Symbian via Qt, ready for Ovi Store consumption!
There’s either a new phone “or even 10,000 euros” as a prize.
The competition runs until the 28th February 2011. However, an early bird competition finishes on the 31st December 2010. 5 winners will be selected, each winning a Nokia N900!
The main competition prize is EUR 10,000 (10 thousand, I know how sometimes . is used instead of , and 10 euros might not seem such a cool amount :p) and will be awarded to the app which has been found by judges to be the best ported application. Then there’s supposedly 5 more Nokia N900s to give out.
And you get something too just for taking part! You’ll be awarded a gift bag, with a T-shirt and “other merchandise.”
In iOS (e.g. iPhone) when you long press the icons, they start shaking about meaning you can move them. You can then drag and drop icons into place and the other icons shuffle around.
You’ve always been able to move icons with Symbian, but needing to go Options>Organize.
“Written in Qt Quick. The entire project is just 70 lines of code!
Runs on Symbian, Maemo, Meego, Windows, Linux, Mac and other Qt Quick supported platforms.
Full source code available on the DevNet wiki: http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/Dr…”
Here’s a video from that Jim found showing the product (Super Mario) of a web developer who moved to the Qt/QML environment. They found it very easy to learn which is great since MeeGo and Symbian apps will share Qt based apps.
Here’s a game I made with pure QML (no C++), costs around 4 days. QML is very easy to learn, I was a web developer and had no experience whatsoever with QML or Qt, but made this game while I learn the languge. Very easy and pleasant. The video is a bit laggy because of the recording software, the game itself runs smoothly. PS: The game has a small bug of detecting platform, you will see in the video.
Controls by left, right, z key. Not counting graphics and audio it’s 7 QML files which sums up around 12KB.
Saw this on WOMWorld’s blog page. You may remember that the brilliant Iain Wallace has been working on a Qt Sequence app/stop motion application called Lapsed.
I saw the icon on @Whatleydude’s phone a couple of days ago and was jealous of this app that Iain’s developing.
With the recent snow, Iain’s taken the opportunity to create a stop motion called “Fox in the Snow” as will become apparent when you watch the video.
Quite impressive actually, I didn’t even think about making any other snow creature except the 3 sphered snow man.
I can’t wait for this to come to Ovi Store ^_^
Now we’ve seen 5800 “hacks” where Symbian has been modified to have different UI, e.g. HTC Sense, Windows XP, Maemo 5 etc (using GDesk). Here are some Qt based UI modifications that Jim has come across. You may have seen them before (they are dated Feb/March of this year) but they’re still pretty cool.
There are three videos. A couple show a similar S.E. Android Rachel UI and the third is a touch-wiz esque.
Here are a couple of other videos showing the NOMOVOK Qt Tablet UI Concept that we saw a while ago. Thanks for the heads up, Jim!
This NOMOVOK UX concept is implemented with Qt Quick / QML to demonstrate possible user interface for tablets and mobile phones. Desktop in the concept is a big canvas which can be freely panned both vertically and horizontally, containing widgets and launcher icons. User interface scalability is one key aspect of the concept, for example top panel scales into different screen widths and changes its appearance accordingly. Portrait and landscape modes are also supported seamlessly. Animations and effects have been selected so that performance remains optimal with and without OpenGL hardware acceleration. This current version just grasps the possibilities of the concept and Qt QML, the beauty of QML is that it makes rapid UI development and prototyping easy while being a platform also for real user interfaces.
Nomovok video seen a while ago