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Qt 5 on BlackBerry 10 - Beyond the Myth

In this talk, you will learn how Qt5 will be integrated in the platform in parallel with Qt 4.8. We will discuss which modules are available, where do you get them from, how to add others, and how you can use Qt5 for your application development, incl. tweaks and tricks in using NDK and other development tools. You will get an overview of the recent development works and next steps in BlackBerry.

Date: 

Thursday, November 7, 2013 -
4:30pm to 5:30pm

Qt on Android Platforms

One new advantage of Qt 5.1 includes the support of mobile platforms like Android Smartphones and Tablets. While most Android Apps are written in Java, we would like to present you the Qt cross-platform application framework alternative for Android. In this session we will explore the new capabilities of Qt for Android.

Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
9:00am to 10:00am

Geolocation and Analytics for the Qt Platform

What makes a complete enterprise information system “complete”? Every organization’s information system must have some level of geographic awareness for its data. In other words, a successful and complete information system must have what is commonly known as “the geographic context” for its information. The ability for an organization to make strategic and effective use of its data holdings critically depends on its analytical capabilities within a geographic context. This is the missing dimension in many enterprise systems today.

Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
10:15am to 11:15am

Qt on iOS

Richard Moe Guvstavsen's picture

With Qt 5.2, Qt will ship with support for iOS. This talk will give a presentation on what you need to know when creating Qt applications for iOS. A QML application will be written from scratch that uses some of the new APIs in Qt for working with mobile applications, together with a demonstration on how you can mix in usage of native iOS APIs.

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Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
11:30am to 12:30pm

Why Reinvent the Wheel? Extending Qt 5 with Open Source Libraries

Carl Symons's picture

Qt has gained many features since it started in 1995. Yet there are many common application capabilities that are either not available in Qt or which are out of scope for inclusion in Qt. Filling these gaps with Qt-based open source libraries can prevent unnecessary investments in building these capabilities from scratch.

Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
1:30pm to 2:30pm

Building a Convergent Future With Ubuntu and Qt/QML

In this new talk from Jono Bacon, the Ubuntu Community Manager at Canonical, he will present the vision of a single, ubiqitous, free and open Operating System that Ubuntu is working on that spans phone, tablets, desktops, and TV. This vision is built from a central code-base, and a consistent yet responsive design across these different form factors, with Qt/QML at the heart of this vision both in terms of the core system and the Ubuntu app development programme.

Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
1:30pm to 2:30pm

Porting Existing Qt Applications/Components to iOS

Ian Dean's picture

The presentation will show how a Qt application project can be configured and built for deployment on iOS devices, covering the key differences between building/deploying a Qt application for iOS and other platforms. The presentation will also show how Qt components can be integrated into an otherwise standard iOS application, as well as showing how to integrate iOS (UIKit) components into an otherwise standard Qt application.

Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
2:45pm to 3:45pm

Using Qt + CMake + Google Test in a Professional Environment

While QMake is great, it definitely has its limitations. One of the primary limitations is its use in non-pure Qt projects.  Some of the assumptions that QMake makes about your project significantly hamper its usage outside of the Qt world.
Using CMake, allows for the full QMake experience plus much more.  CMake, still upholds all the cross platform necessities of Qt development, however it also includes a much stronger language, and a much more extendable language.

One of the other major upsides of CMake, is Google’s open source availability of GoogleTest.

Date: 

Friday, November 8, 2013 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm
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