Nokia Talks Qt Strategy, Tactics

“Speaking candidly with LinuxDevices.com, Nyström said
Nokia’s interest was piqued by the Rhapsody music player, which
Real Networks first made available in Mar. of 2007 for the
Nokia-sponsored Maemo software platform used in Nokia’s Linux-based
N800 and N810 Internet tablets. Noting that the app delivers an
online service, while integrating HTML user interface elements, he
pointed out that Qt’s recent webkit integration could help
relatively novice developers quickly create client device software
for a range network services. Citing GPS navigation systems as one
obvious example, he observed that developers can “start with the
HTML, or the scripting.””


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