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Qt Mobility is a project within Nokia that is creating a new suite of Qt APIs for mobile device functionality. These APIs will enable cross-platform mobile application development.
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The Qt Mobility APIs delivers cross-platform access to functionality that has historically been more important for mobile devices than in the desktop computing domain. The current version of Qt Mobility (1.1) provides APIs for to control bearer management, contacts, document gallery, tactile and audio feedback, location and positioning information, messaging, multimedia, calendar and scheduling, and sensors (among others), and includes plugins to allow access to this functionality using [[:Category:Qt Quick|Qt Quick]].
  
Developers looking to take advantage of mobile device functionality would usually have to use APIs outside of Qt. These new APIs make Qt an even more comprehensive application and UI framework. Developers will be able to write cross-platform Qt applications that take advantage of mobile device functionality. This, for example, will make it possible to create a rich application targeting S60, Windows CE and Maemo.
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This page lists wiki articles related to Qt Mobility (reference documentation can be found  [http://doc.qt.nokia.com/qtmobility-1.1.0/index.html here]).
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==Recently Edited Articles==
  
This page lists the articles related to Qt Mobility.
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{{ListRecentlyEdited|count=10|Qt Mobility}}
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[[Recently Edited Qt Mobility Articles|More...]]
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==Most Viewed Articles==
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==Code Examples ==
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[[Qt Mobility Code Examples|More...]]
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==Knowledge Base items ==
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Revision as of 02:02, 1 March 2011

The Qt Mobility APIs delivers cross-platform access to functionality that has historically been more important for mobile devices than in the desktop computing domain. The current version of Qt Mobility (1.1) provides APIs for to control bearer management, contacts, document gallery, tactile and audio feedback, location and positioning information, messaging, multimedia, calendar and scheduling, and sensors (among others), and includes plugins to allow access to this functionality using Qt Quick.

This page lists wiki articles related to Qt Mobility (reference documentation can be found here).

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