Archive for the 'MeeGo' Category

Nokia MeeGo and Belle

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

As Nokia’s late MeeGo and Symbian offerings get released, we start to get a closer look at what Stephen Elop saw, back in February, when he decided to drop them for Windows Phone. 
Surprisingly, the MeeGo based N9 was widely acclaimed and now, Symbian Belle is getting great reviews. According to ZDNet it brings Symbian closer […]

Nokia N9 Apps and Development

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Nokia have finally announced their first (and probably last) MeeGo phone. This is the culmination of years of effort, many blind alleys and u-turns. I am not sure why Nokia released it given their new Windows Phone strategy. I suppose there was so much already done and in the pipeline that it made sense to […]

Nokia and Qt

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

Nokia reached a significant milestone today. However, more recent events at Nokia have turned something that would have been very significant into something very few people will care about.
What I am talking about is the release version of Qt SDK 1.1 and more importantly the possiblity to publish applications on Ovi that make use of […]

Nokia Qt QML

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

QML is Nokia’s new declarative language to build Qt UIs and apps. It’s what Nokia is recommending developers (and its internal developers) use to develop new apps so that they will be compatible with current/future Symbian OS-based and future MeeGo-based devices.
I have been using QML for a few weeks. Here are my thoughts…

QML feels a […]