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    [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Quote Originally Posted by [URL="http://conversations.nokia.com/2010/04/27/nokia-rolls-out-qt-sdk-for-unified-mobile-developer-experience/"]Nokia Conversations[/URL]

    Today sees the release of the Nokia Qt SDK, a single easy-to-use software development kit (SDK) for Symbian and Meego application development. Developers can now develop, test and deploy native applications for Nokia smartphones and mobile computers. The beta version of the SDK is available for download from today, ready for developers to kick off development for new devices including the just announced Nokia N8.
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    Learn more about the new Nokia developer offering at: http://www.forum.nokia.com/Tools_Doc.../Nokia_Qt_SDK/

    Should you find any bugs or should you have any suggestions about how this SDK and the tools it contains can be improved, please submit them to http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com

    You are of course welcome to discuss these topics on the Qt SDKs and Tools forum as well, in order to share your finding hand have them validated by the community.

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    Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Hi,

    Does it make any difference if I develop app using S60SDK + Qt for symbian 4.6.3 + Carbide C++?

    I guess some developers may prefer using Carbide C++ when developing their applications. Is the application compatible no matter what method they are using?

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    Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Hi Carol,

    The same compilers and APIs will be used regardless whether you use the above described Carbide.c++ setup or the Nokia Qt SDK. As a result, you will obtain the same binaries, the same application.
    What is different is the developer experience. Nokia Qt SDK is built around the KISS principle. It is easy to setup (one download has it all) yet flexible (no need to download the big package, only install what you need with an online installer). It has a lightweight IDE and and even more lightweight simulator.

    Your choice ...
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    Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Hi, Itomuta,

    Thanks your reply.
    I downloaded Nokia Qt SDK just now, it is very easy to setup, no extra configration needed

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    Smile Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Hi, I had downloaded and installed in my pc.
    1) "qt-symbian-opensource-4.6.2"
    2) "qt-sdk-win-opensource-2010.02.1"

    Now please tell me is it necessary to install these both QT softwares. And which IDE is used in QT. is qt creator is used as IDE.
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    Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    @nidhan4u
    Qt creator is IDE.
    Nokia Qt SDK is distributed forum Nokia brings nokia specific targets such as...
    • 'Simulator Qt for MinGW 4.4 (Qt SDK beta)'
    • 'Qt for Fremantle PR1.2 Devices (Nokia Qt SDK)'.
    • 'Qt for Symbian Devices (Qt SDK beta)'


    I have also installed 'Windows SDK 4.6.3' from http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/sdk-windows-cpp. This brings me Windows target to my environment.

    Qt Targets.JPG

    Qt creator that comes with both Nokia Qt SDK and 'Windows SDK 4.6.3' have same version which is 2.0.0

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    Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Quote Originally Posted by datha_k View Post
    @nidhan4u
    Qt creator is IDE.
    Nokia Qt SDK is distributed forum Nokia brings nokia specific targets such as...
    • 'Simulator Qt for MinGW 4.4 (Qt SDK beta)'
    • 'Qt for Fremantle PR1.2 Devices (Nokia Qt SDK)'.
    • 'Qt for Symbian Devices (Qt SDK beta)'


    I have also installed 'Windows SDK 4.6.3' from http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/sdk-windows-cpp. This brings me Windows target to my environment.

    Qt Targets.JPG

    Qt creator that comes with both Nokia Qt SDK and 'Windows SDK 4.6.3' have same version which is 2.0.0
    That means there is no need of installing "qt-symbian-opensource-4.6.2" and what is it ??

    And how we see simulator in QT.
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    Re: [news] Nokia Qt SDK v1.0 Beta released

    Yes, If you install Nokia Qt SDK, then here is no need for you to install "qt-symbian-opensource-4.6.2". It includes the Symbian SDK as well.

    There will be multiple project configurations in Qt creator, where in you can use Qt Simulator for your development. Its simple and easy to run.

    If you want any additional api's, then you can go for Qt Mobility V 1.0

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