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Getting started with Qt Mobility APIs

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Created: kiran10182 (08 Mar 2010)
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Tip.pngTip: When this article was written, the Qt Mobility APIs were badly documented. Now that Qt Mobility is well documented here:, you may wish to start by reading the official reference material

The Qt Mobility API is a set of Qt APIs that provide access to important mobile device use cases using a simple cross platform API. This article provides information for developers wanting to use the main APIs.



This series targets the new developers who want to develop applications on Qt using Qt Mobility API. This guide covers a range of articles right from setting up the environment to creating simple application using Qt Mobility API.

After reading the articles from this series, developers will be able to understand how to start with Qt development. Developers will have a working knowledge of using basic Qt UI components such as Button, Label, Combobox, Textbox, etc... Developer will also understand how to use Signals and Slot mechanism which is the fundamental building block of Qt framework.

APIs available in Qt Mobility project

  • Bearer Management
  • Contacts
  • Publish and Subscribe
  • Location
  • Messaging
  • Multimedia
  • Service Framework
  • System Information API

Technology Preview APIs

  • Camera
  • Sensors
  • Versit

Articles in this series

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