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Nokia Releases Qt 4.7 with Terrific New Mobile UI Framework

 

Nokia has announced the official release of Qt 4.7, a new version of the company's open source development toolkit. The update introduces an impressive new framework called "Qt Quick" that accelerates the development of mobile user interfaces that work across multiple platforms and form factors.

Qt is a cross-platform development toolkit created by Norwegian company Trolltech, which was acquired by Nokia in 2008. Qt—which is used by mainstream commercial software vendors like Google, Adobe, Amazon, Autodesk, and Skype—offers a broad set of libraries, a comprehensive widget toolkit, and a pre-processing tool that extends the C++ programming language and object model with a number of advanced features.

Read more at Ars Technica
 

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