Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Oct 2007 22:28 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Qt Trolltech has unleashed a Windows CE version of Qt, its cross-platform application development framework. Qt/WinCE, made available today as a downloadable technology preview, is scheduled to see its final release 'late in Q1 2008', the company said. Qt is an application development framework aimed at enabling developers to compile binaries for Windows, Mac, and Linux OSes from a single code base. Qt's API (application programming interface) comprises some 400 C++ class libraries, Trolltech says.
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by leos on Thu 4th Oct 2007 02:25 UTC
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This could be very useful for us in the future. Also, some more teasers about future Qt features are mentioned on Aaron's blog:

Qt is simply amazing. If you're developing C++ apps there is nothing that comes even remotely close.

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RE: Nice
by aseigo on Thu 4th Oct 2007 17:32 in reply to "Nice"
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> If you're developing C++ apps

to be fair, it's not just C++ these days either. Jambi is an officially supported product/project of Trolltech's, and we have Pything, Ruby and C# bindings for Qt4 managed by the community.

more platforms, more languages, more yummy goodness.

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