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Beginning Nokia Apps Development: QT and HTML5 for Symbian and MeeGo by Daniel Zucker, Ray Rischpater

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Chapter 5. Doing More with Qt

In the last chapter, we showed you the fundamentals of Qt as a porting layer and graphics environment. With what you learned, you can begin to design and build applications, but there's still quite a bit Qt offers that you haven't seen yet, some of it essential to most applications, we touch on that in the last chapter and expand upon it here.

This chapter shows you how to do more with Qt: including application resources, incorporating user actions in your application's user interface, implementing a custom widget, integrating Qt with web content, and accessing hardware features such as the positioning subsystem in the handset. We begin by discussing each of these facets of Qt individually with code snippets that demonstrate ...

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