Qt Mobile Edition will be available later this year following the release of the next major update to the framework, Qt 5.2, in December. Qt is a true cross-platform framework that delivers native development across the most popular operating systems and screens defragmenting multi-target development. It is the only software development framework that enables native application development across desktop, embedded and mobile platforms supporting deployment on at least 14 leading operating systems across many processor architectures. Qt makes developers' lives easier by enabling them to create eye-catching applications faster and deploy them on multiple targets in the mobile, desktop and embedded space by simply reusing the same code reducing development costs and time to market. Qt Mobile Edition Key Features Qt Mobile Edition libraries and development tools for unbeatable native performance and maximum developer efficiency
Cross-platform environment for Android & iOS app development plus other mobile platforms to be added soon
Cloud data storage & user management (Enginio Qt Cloud)
Application development support from
Commercial development and deployment license protecting development investments and simplifying application distribution
Qt's ability to deliver impressive graphics is enhanced by the use of OpenGL ES, the version of the graphics application programming interface designed specifically for mobile devices and embedded systems. This makes it easier to develop and deploy rich graphics with velvet-like animations and transitions as well as smoothly rendered 2D and 3D animations on devices with relatively limited performance, such as mobile phones and tablets. In addition to the versatile Qt APIs, applications built with Qt can also use platform and device-specific APIs giving the developer the freedom to integrate any functionality their application requires.
Qt supports Android, iOS and many challenger mobile OS platforms together with all major desktop operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, and embedded operating systems such as embedded Linux, embedded Android, Windows Embedded and RTOS.
More information about the Qt Mobile Edition can be found on http://qt.digia.com/Qtmobileedition and at Qt Developer Days San Francisco,
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