Using Maemo’s alarm framework with Qt – The basics

October 15th, 2010 by Zoran

Whew, finally found some time to write another post. This time we’ll be using Maemo’s alarm framework to do, well, almost whatever we want at a specific time, or even repeatedly at specific times :) So let’s get to it. Read the rest of this entry »

Using Maemo specific widgets with Qt

September 9th, 2010 by Zoran

Maemo custom widgets with QtThe N900 is a piece of work. A smartphone running Linux. What more could a geek want? Well, for one thing, leveraging an existing application framework (Qt… wink, wink) for developing cool applications. And we would also like to be able to use platform specific widgets and whatnot. Well, duh. Read the rest of this entry »

Custom push buttons on the N900 with Qt Style Sheets

September 3rd, 2010 by Zoran

QSS Custom buttons flowStandard push buttons on the N900 are functional and look good to boot. But let’s say you need something different for your next “instant-hit” app. Is there a quick and (relatively) painless way of getting that extra shine. Drumm roll, please. Enter the Qt Style Sheets… Read the rest of this entry »