An app to securely store short snippets of confidential data like passwords etc.
An easy to use to-do list organizer.
Note: All featured apps are available for BlackBerry (BB10) Z10, Q10, and Q5, Desktops (Linux, Windows), and Nokia N9.
All offer synchronization features to sync between, e.g., smartphone and desktop (Requires an e-mail account with IMAP support.).
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I already posted an implementation of a QML TreeView some time ago. In the meantime I reworked this implementation, improved data and selection handling (the TreeView now comes e.g. with currentItem and currentIndex properties), added some (hopefully useful) comments, and … Continue reading
The stock QML ListView is pretty handy for displaying simple data structures. While porting To-Do-O to Qt/QML (MeeGo/Harmattan to be more precise) I stumbled across a use case where I want to move / reorder items in a list. In … Continue reading
A SectionScroller essentially allows quick scrolling in large lists. Though, there are some pitfalls when you want to use a custom C++/Qt based model with a SectionScroller in QML. Please note that this should work with a QAbstractItemModel based model … Continue reading
QML does not (at the time of writing) provide a component to display tree structures. There are some approaches/efforts to display tree structures http://qt-way-notes.blogspot.com http://steveire.wordpress.com. Nonetheless I coded a TreeView on my own. The following video shows the implementation made … Continue reading
Qt and QML are really great for writing nice and beautiful UIs and applications that can be easily deployed across different platforms and operating systems. Though, I had to discover that the slogan “Code once, deploy everywhere” is not entirely … Continue reading
The following snippets show how one can easily interact with the clipboard from QML code with the help of a tiny C++ wrapper / adapter. This code should work for all QML versions.
QML does not come (yet?) with the equivalent of a QComboBox. As I find a ComboBox quite useful, even for touch UIs, I wrote a simple wrapper / adapter or whatever you want to call it that enables using a … Continue reading
Similarly to the dialogs in the previous post I also created a TextArea and TextField for Maemo Fremantle. The following picture shows the various text inputs in the Fremantle (N900) version of MeePasswords.
MeeGo / Harmattan comes with quite nice QML components like Buttons, Dialogs, and the like. Unfortunately these components are not available for Maemo Fremantle (N900). There is a qt-components package in extras-devel but there also seem to be some issues … Continue reading
Instant Coffee is an effort to package Java related applications, libraries, etc. for the easy installation on Maemo Fremantle (N900). Examples of packaged applications are: OpenJDK (actually the icedtea version) [package], MicroEmulator [package], or Clojure [package]. Please note that I … Continue reading