RIM Adds Qt Support to PlayBook OS 2.0
Research In Motion today revealed that Nokia's Qt developer framework is now supported by PlayBook OS 2.0. Qt is the platform through which developers created applications for Nokia's Symbian and MeeGo platforms. By adding Qt support to its PlayBook OS, RIM is offering developers invested in the Qt framework another platform for which to develop. PlayBook OS 2.0, which is expected to debut on RIM's tablet later this month, is the foundation for what will eventually be BlackBerry 10. Apps that are written to support PlayBook OS 2.0 will also run on BlackBerry 10 devices at launch.
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