Try Qt Agenda — November 6

Time Description
8:00-9:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:30 An Introduction to Qt
This intensive introduction to Qt will help those who are considering using Qt in their next project make an informed decision. It will also help developers who are already using Qt get the most out of it. Specific topics to be covered include:
• What is Qt?
• Qt Features
• Qt Widgets
• Creating a Simple Application
• Layout Managers
• Inter-Object Communication
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:00 An Introduction to Qt (continued)
• Signals and Slots
• Strings, Files and Streams
• Resources
• Container Objects
• Localization
• Qt Designer
• Qt Creator
• Qt on Embedded Platforms
• Summary
12:00-1:00 Lunch & Exhibits

Introduction to Qt Quick
This introduction to Qt Quick will give you everything you need to get started with Qt Quick and QML. We'll review the components and features of Qt Quick, as well as the elements, properties and methods of QML:
Overview of Qt Quick
• What is Qt Quick?
• What is QML?
• Elements
• Properties
• Using Identities
• Methods
• Basic Types

User Interfaces and Interactions 
• Nested Elements
• Images
• Text Elements
• Anchors
• Margins
• Custom Items and Components
• Custom Properties
• MouseArea
• Signals and Property Bindings

2:45-3:00 Break
Developing with Qt and Cascades for BlackBerry 10 — Erin Rahnenfuehrer, BlackBerry
This talk will give you a hands-on overview how you can use your Qt knowledge to develop apps for the BlackBerry 10 platform. Attending this talk, you will learn about tools and capabilities of the BlackBerry 10 platform and how to start using Qt and Cascades for native application development, including available UI components as well as platform APIs. We will explain all related steps in your workflow - from getting an account to publishing your app in the store. In the hands-on sections of the talk, we will walk through an app which shares a Qt-based business logic backend code and implements UI with either Qt Quick or Cascades UI framework.  If you like to follow this on your development machine during the talk, please download, install and setup Qt Creator 2.8 or 3.0 (if available) via this link as well as the recent version of the BlackBerry 10 native SDK as well as the Simulator available under this link:
4:00-5:00 More Qt Quick
Animations, States and Transitions
• Animations
• Property Animations
• Sequential Animations
• Parallel Animations
• States
• Transitions
Integrating C++ and QML
• Running QML from C++
• C++ Properties
• QML Properties
• Exporting C++ Objects to QML
• Using QML from C++
5:00-5:30 Q&A