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Nokia ports Qt to S60 platform
Posted: 20-Oct-2008 [Source: Nokia]

[Nokia announces the porting of Qt, a C++ application development framework, to the S60 platform for creation and deployment of applications on Windows, Mac, Linux, Windows CE, Windows Mobile and embedded Linux platforms.]

Espo, Finland -- Qt Software today announced the porting of Qt to S60 on Symbian OS(TM), the world's leading, open smartphone platform. Qt is a powerful C++ application development framework, which makes it easy for developers to create applications once and then deploy them on any of the Windows, Mac, Linux, Windows CE, Windows Mobile and embedded Linux platforms. With the inclusion of the S60 platform, developers have an additional 80 million* target devices that they can support with their Qt-based applications.

"Qt brings an elegant and intuitive C++ development tool to the S60 platform, improving the ability to develop richer user experiences on the platform, and making S60 on Symbian OS even more attractive for developers to target with their applications and services," said Sebastian Nystrom, Vice President of Qt Software, Nokia.

An early technical preview of Qt for S60 is available for download from Qt Software current website http://www.trolltech.com. This is in line with Qt Software's usual approach of developing Qt openly and working with the community to incorporate feedback throughout the entire development process. Qt on S60 will work with S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1 and later releases. The first production release of Qt for S60 will be available in the second quarter of 2009.

* By the end of July 2008 Nokia alone had shipped approximately 80 million fully web-capable S60 3rd Edition devices.

About Qt

Qt is a cross-platform application framework. Using Qt, you can develop applications and user interfaces once, and deploy them across many desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code. Qt Software, formerly Trolltech, was acquired by Nokia in June 2008.

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