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    Smile [moved/merged] Bank Reconciliation application to develop for s60 platform

    I have a bank reconciliation application I would like developed in either qt/python/C++ for the s60 platform. The application will allow a user to independently (from the bank) verify any purchases that reflect on their bank statement. I am looking for programmer who has the relevant expertise and interest. The application needs to run on any s60 platform phone eg. Nokia E90
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    Bank Reconciliation application to develop in qt for s60 platform

    I have a bank reconciliation application I would like developed in either qt/python/C++ for the s60 platform. The application will allow a user to independently (from the bank) verify any purchases that reflect on their bank statement. I am looking for a programmer who has the relevant expertise and interest. The app needs to run on any s60 platform phone eg. Nokia E90
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    Re: Bank Reconciliation application to develop in qt for s60 platform

    The application needs to run on any s60 platform phone eg. Nokia E90
    Note that Qt restricts you S60 3rd Edition FP1 and later devices (which does include the E90 but not earlier devices).

    On the positive side, since this isn't a mobile specific app, the use of Qt would allow you to re-use most of the code on other platforms, like Windows Mobile and maemo.

    Mark

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    Re: Bank Reconciliation application to develop in qt for s60 platform

    Hi,
    please post this in the Job offers pane!

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    Re: Bank Reconciliation application to develop in qt for s60 platform

    sorry, excuse my ignorence - how do I move it.
    I have tried to delete but I do not have permission?

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    Smile Bank Reconciliation application to develop for s60 platform

    I have a bank reconciliation application I would like developed in either:
    qt/python/C++ for the s60 platform. The application will allow a user to independently (from the bank) verify any purchases that reflect on their bank statement. I am looking for a programmer who has the relevant expertise and interest. The app needs to run on any s60 platform phone eg. Nokia E90

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    Re: Bank Reconciliation application to develop in qt for s60 platform

    Quote Originally Posted by Sorcery-ltd View Post
    Note that Qt restricts you S60 3rd Edition FP1 and later devices (which does include the E90 but not earlier devices).

    On the positive side, since this isn't a mobile specific app, the use of Qt would allow you to re-use most of the code on other platforms, like Windows Mobile and maemo.

    Mark
    Hi Mark, thanks for your input, is it a project you would be interested in learning more about?

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