Solitaire for HTML5 by tepaa is a solitaire game developed using HTML 5, and implemented in Qt using QML WebView component. Solitaire uses basic single card flip, untimed game, demonstrating the possibility of using a cross platform framework such as the one provided by HTML 5.
We like this project even though it doesn’t have discussions, tickets, wiki articles etc. because it is a good example of integrating HTML5 with Qt. This application has a great and simple UI supporting drag and drop functionality. The drag and drop is very responsive in picking up individual cards.
This application is also available for Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Symbian along with source code.
tepaa was awarded the Most Valuable Project Member for the month of April 2011 at Projects Developer Nokia.
Presently this application has a fixed screen size, it would be nice to see it scale the screen to fit more cards in its view, also maybe with scrolling. This would also enable it to be played in devices with square screens, where it is currently being boxed in a wide frame.
– Somnath Banik (on behalf of the Projects Moderation team)
Facebook Plus by somnathbanik is an innovative Facebook client which integrates location information from Nokia Maps, and provides an enhanced events calendar. The project, which was originally created as an entry in the Symbian Qt Quick Components Competition 2012Q1, uses Symbian Qt Quick components for most of the UI and is well documented in the main wiki article Facebook+ Facebook client with Nokia Maps – app showcase. There are a lot of good Facebook clients; we like that this one integrates well with the platform components and adds new features to those provided by Facebook itself.
As you would expect from a project owned by a member of the Projects Moderation Team the project uses most of the Nokia Projects infrastructure. In addition to the discussion boards he’s using tickets and milestones to plan and track his progress. The current milestone is all about porting the project to also run on MeeGo.
Somnath is interested in hearing your suggestions for improvement. Please contact him on the discussion boards.