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Digia buys Qt app framework from Nokia

Qt is a cross-platform application and user interface framework designed to let developers write and deploy applications across desktop, mobile and embedded operating systems without rewriting source code.

One of Digia’s first priorities will be to allow Qt-based applications to run on Android, iOS and Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 platform. The goal is to provide support for Android and iOS during the first half of 2013, a spokesman said via email.

What will set Digia apart from the competition is the ability to develop native applications not only for mobile devices, but also for desktops and embedded systems, it maintains.


via Digia buys Qt app framework from Nokia | The Industry Standard – InfoWorld.

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