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  1. #1
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    QT Mobile application life cycle / restrictions

    Hi all
    I just started reading development for Nokia mobile phones, and i have a few questions, I come with experience in Android / iPhone development. And ive been looking to find infomation about a Application lifecycle running with the QT framework.

    As i can see applications run by default untill "last window is closed", which cause a quit() on QApplication to be called, and thereby terminate the application.

    Now does this mean i could instead just keep my application running, and thereby after the user navigates away from the application still do background processing or how does it work? Isnt there any restrictions on this by the platform?.

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    Re: QT Mobile application life cycle / restrictions

    Did not get your question completely..
    until you will not quit from the application, it will continue to run.
    Use [URL="http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-quick/"]Qt-Quick[/URL] to make your application UI more attractive.

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    Re: QT Mobile application life cycle / restrictions

    You can keep Qt application running even if all its windows are closed. But the most likely this won't pass acceptance tests in Ovi Store.

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