Migrate your apps to the new Symbian Belle and Win a Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia Developer is currently running a new , awesome competition. Awesome because you have a chance to win a Nokia 808 PureView if you’re a developer. To participate in this competition, you must migrate your apps to the new Symbian Belle platform style using the Symbian Qt Quick Components. We’re having an app design competition! In order to compete you need to have an application that uses Symbian Qt Quick Components and provide a wiki article that describes the key elements of your application design. The article should be detailed enough for us to assess the elegance of your design, and …

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Qt SDK 1.2 out in the wild with improved in-app purchasing integration

    New Qt SDK 1.2 was released today for you to have easier time to develope those tasty apps and deploy to Symbian devices (including Anna and Belle) and the Nokia N9/N950. One of the major features is much improved in-app purchasing integration. Qt SDK 1.2 is of course free and can be used on downloaded to Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS, and Ubuntu Linux powered PCs Updated Qt SDK, version 1.2,  now available for download here. Continuing the Qt promise of cross-platform development, the latest Qt SDK contains all the tools required for you to immediately get started creating Qt apps …

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So you want to develop apps for Nokia? Here’s how to start.

Let’s face it. Applications contribute to part of the reasons why people are passionate about different mobile platforms. Applications equally contribute to part of the reasons why people purchase certain brands of handsets. Have you ever wondered how these day to day applications you use are developed? Of course they are developed by normal human beings like you and I and they do benefit from the market as soon as their application(s) become popular demand. Now, let’s guide you on mobile application development: What to Do The first thing you need to do is to MAKE UP YOUR MIND. You …

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