An offline mobile dictionary compatible with DICTD format (*.index/*.dict). With this application you have a large choice of freely available dictionary files, as well as the option to prepare your own. It is a native Symbian application, which uses efficient binary search algorithm.
This application demonstrates the features of Qt Quick with a set of demos and the possibility to view the source code of the demos. Each demo shows different areas of the Qt Quick features. The application is compatible with Symbian Anna, Symbian^1, Maemo, MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan and Windows desktop.
Yahoooo.. Dickson replied with solution. modify main.cpp as below Code: //viewer.setMainQmlFile(QLatin1String("qml/Mycalc/main.qml")); viewer.setSource(QUrl("qrc:/qml/Mycalc/main.qml")); Any way the complete procedure is like this.
Originally Posted by vineet.jain Also do you have the .pro file looking exactly like the Tweetian project's .pro file(especially the qrc thing).May be scan the whole project again & properly , you might be missing something.
Also do you have the .pro file looking exactly like the Tweetian project's .pro file(especially the qrc thing).May be scan the whole project again & properly , you might be missing something. Found another thread, see this also : http://www.parussoft.com/DevBlog/201...resource-file/ This link says : People add qml files to resource file for protection.
I tried to add the qml files to .qrc(resource files) but still they are visible Tweetian by dickson.. He was able to hide the qml files It is open source now https://github.com/dicksonleong/Tweetian http://dickson-dev.blogspot.in/ Try the above source file After deploying the source file there are no more QML files in .sis file.
Found this thread with people discussing the same as you are trying to do, but afraid there's no solution to it as evident from it : http://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/10704 Some say to keep most of your important logic in C++ code so even if your qml is visible then its of no use to anyone.
04 Sep2009Article Review by savaj (20090904)Although the content of this article have only table showing error value its name and suggested text, this article is very useful because it is not possible to remember name of all error value.
how can i set the number of tries left.akinorta 13:23, 2 August 2012 (EEST) You might want to try private messaging the author (hover over their name in the ArticleMetaData on top right) as they might not be "watching" the article.hamishwillee 04:31, 6 August 2012 (EEST) Hi Akinorta, Please check main.cpp from Try & Buy App Template project, line 12 const int TNBALLOWED = 3.
Featured article, August 22nd 2010 (week 34) Log in or Join to leave comments. Article Metadata CompatibilityPlatform(s): SymbianArticleCreated: olympio (03 Jun 2010)Last edited: kiran10182 (05 Dec 2013) 22 Apr2010 The QtMirror based application turns your phone into a mirror using live video captured from the secondary camera of Symbian devices like: N97,N97 mini, Nokia 5800, etc.
I really want to thank my friend Somnath Banik that helped me with this component idea, with useful suggestions and also helped me to write this wiki page.lildeimos 18:05, 22 January 2012 (EET) Log in or Join to leave comments.12 Feb2012 This article demonstrates how to create a Calendar component using Qt Quick.
The winners of the Nokia Imaging Wiki Competition 2013Q3 are super-stars of the Nokia Developer Community. This is the fourth article in a short series about our winners and their entries. Sebastiano Galazzo won for his article HDR I – Implementing High Dynamic Range filters using Nokia Imaging SDK.
The winners of the Nokia Imaging Wiki Competition 2013Q3 are super-stars of the Nokia Developer Community. This is the third article in a short series about our winners and their entries. Yan Verdavaine was our third winner, for his article Memory-efficient Navigation in Very High Resolution Images on Windows Phone.
The logical step after the “Volume+ as Camera Button” app (Nokia Store link) for the N9 is another app that allows you to take photos while not touching your N9 at all. While time-triggered photos are fun, remote-triggered photos are..