Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Nokia announces new QT 5 Framework

Nokia have announced their plans for the year 2012 in desktop developing, they are planning to release the new Qt5 Framework for Linux their objectives for the next Release QT 5 are:

  • Make better use of the GPU, allowing you to create smooth (and accelerated) graphics performance even with limited resources;
  • Making your creation of advanced applications and UIs easier and faster (with QML and Javascript);
  • Make apps connected to the web be as powerful as possible, i.e. to embed and power up web content and services into any Qt app; and
  • Reduce the complexity and amount of code required to maintain and implement a port.

Nokia QT 5 Components for Desktop show off:


 

Youtube sucks so here is a screenshot of the Widgets and applets that will be possible, not so impressive as the video imho.

And thats how it looks on a MAC


If you are interested further continue reading: ROAD TO QT 5 by nokia labs

CHEERS

22 comments:

  1. I have never owned a Nokia phone, but I'm definitely considering the N8.

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  2. Well I only owned one of the real old ones. You know, the good old phones you could drop from a bridge, walk down to the highway, pick it up and call up your friends ;)

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  3. @cheshire lol
    thanks for that hint, im working on my english =p

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  4. Nice post man
    You have a new follower
    I hope you walk through the mine :D

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  5. i love nokia. anything they do turns gold. well in my opinion

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  6. Interesting, i like Nokia, keep posting!

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  7. Not a nokia fan, but it is nice to keep up with what they are doing.

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  8. Not liked Nokia for a few years now but this seems good

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  9. this is pretty awesome even though i hated the last nokia phone i had

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  10. Looks good. I own a Nokia atm, but I don't like the Mac-like look.

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  11. These widgets seem very useful to me. Going to find out more about this thing. Thanks for the information.

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  12. great news, thanks for sharing

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  13. how will this affect us in the future?

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