Here’s the second part of our mock-up collection for gPodder’s QML UI ( part 1 here ).
I’ve attended the MeeGo Conference 2010 in Dublin this week. Meeting people, playing werewolf or table tennis and discussing MeeGo Python are just some of the great things about this conference. One of my burning questions for third-party app development (“QWidget?
I use Qt on my devices since my first LinuxPDA: Sharp Zaurus SL5000 on which I used OpenZaurus with OPIE as primary environment. It was based on Qt/Embedded 2.3.x and was looking ok. UI of most applications work properly in both portrait and landscape modes, adapted to size of fonts (I used smaller then default ones).
I just released sources of my Protracker module player. What this application is and what it can do you can read in one of my older posts: I wrote module player in Qt . What are features: UI created with Qt Designer (so it is easy to change if you want) separate UI for desktop and other for Maemo5 (automatically selectable during build) Maemo5 uses 3 stacked windows just like UI Style Guide requires uses Phonon to play (with GStreamer modplug plugin underneath) fetching modules from modland archive author/song selection playing next song on song end (with looping on author) seeking (works only in desktop version — bug reported for Maemo5 version ) Things to do: error handling (especially fetching related) moving of download progressbar to QDialog playing counters favorites playlists Everything licensed under LGPL v2.1 — same license as Qt uses.