Nokia Releases Qt SDK 1.1
May 4, 2011, 10:54 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Nokia today made version 1.1 of the Qt software developers kit available to its coding community. The SDK has been in beta, but Nokia says all "the remaining bugs are squashed" and the full release is ready for use. The Qt SDK 1.1 will allow developers to create applications for Symbian, Maemo and (soon) MeeGo devices. Nokia said that it has added APIs, and also integrated Qt Quick to provide more visual tools for app creation. Nokia says it has drastically reduced the amount of code needed to create applications, which it believes will help app developers get their ideas to market sooner.
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Thank you Nokia for releasing something useless