2 days ago, I received the newsletter from QT that QT 4.6 and Creator 1.3 has been released, please check it out to see the new features.
Before, I have used QT Creator 1.3 beta, but I feel it had been improved so much compared to the previous version.
Qt 4.6 & Qt Creator 1.3 Out Now!
Nokia has released Qt 4.6, the latest version of the cross-platform application and UI framework. Featuring new platform support, powerful new graphical capabilities and support for multi-touch and gestures, Qt 4.6 makes developing advanced applications and devices easier and more enjoyable.
Qt 4.6 includes support for the Symbian platform for the first time, and also adds Windows 7, Apple Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and the upcoming Maemo 6 to the list of Qt supported platforms. Also available is community support for real-time operating systems QNX and VxWorks. Support for Maemo 5 is also currently in development, with the second technology preview being released today.
Get informed and find out what’s new in Qt 4.6:
Follow Qt 4.6The Qt Blog
- Thanks for helping us make 4.6! Dec 01, 2009
- Enter the Light – Qt 4.6 Dec 01, 2009
- Qt: Making the right licensing decision Nov 30, 2009
- Sneak Peak Nov 24, 2009
- The Open Road to Qt Code Nov 17, 2009
YouTube Qt Studios Channel
Check out our Qt 4.6 demos on multitouch and gestures, Qt on mobile platforms, Symbian, Maemo and find out how Qt 4.6 defeats the master of poor application development in our feature presentation of Qt-Feratu! Qt Studios Channel
Spotlight on Qt in Use MIDs & Netbooks
Qt allows for cross-platform development making it attractive for MID and netbooks manufacturers who need to offer unrivaled features and applications. In addition to offering a toolkit which eases application development , Qt SDK allows OEMs to develop their own SDKs for 3rd party development.
Find out more.