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Qt (pronounced like "cute) is a cross-platform application framework, which was originally created and developed by Trolltech. Nokia acquired Trolltech in June 2008, and renamed it to Qt as a group within Nokia.
 
Qt (pronounced like "cute) is a cross-platform application framework, which was originally created and developed by Trolltech. Nokia acquired Trolltech in June 2008, and renamed it to Qt as a group within Nokia.
  
Qt is available for Windows, Mac OS, Linux/X11, Windows CE, Embedded Linux, and soon for S60 as well.
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Qt is available for Windows, Mac OS, Linux/X11, Windows CE, Embedded Linux, and now for Symbian and Maemo as well.
  
 
The [http://trolltech.com/about/news/qt-for-s60-announced S60 support was announced] in Symbian Smartphone Show in October 2008 and there is [http://labs.trolltech.com/blogs/2008/10/20/were-porting-qt-to-s60/ an early tech-review version for early adopters] available.
 
The [http://trolltech.com/about/news/qt-for-s60-announced S60 support was announced] in Symbian Smartphone Show in October 2008 and there is [http://labs.trolltech.com/blogs/2008/10/20/were-porting-qt-to-s60/ an early tech-review version for early adopters] available.

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Overview

Qt (pronounced like "cute) is a cross-platform application framework, which was originally created and developed by Trolltech. Nokia acquired Trolltech in June 2008, and renamed it to Qt as a group within Nokia.

Qt is available for Windows, Mac OS, Linux/X11, Windows CE, Embedded Linux, and now for Symbian and Maemo as well.

The S60 support was announced in Symbian Smartphone Show in October 2008 and there is an early tech-review version for early adopters available.

A port of Qt for [http://maemo.org maemo (Hildon) is also available.]

There are great instructions available, if you want to get started with cross-platform development with Qt.

Available bindings

Although Qt is built around C++, you can use Qt APIs from other languages as well

Additional resources

 
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