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Category Archives: My Applications
Q To-Do is my to-do list application. In this post I show some screenshots of the current state of Q To-Do on Sailfish OS. Porting an existing QML application to Sailfish is actually very straight forward. Very much of the … Continue reading
Today, I also packaged QZeeControl for Mer/Nemo. You can get it from my download repository. However, please keep in mind that this is still very experimental. It also seems that Bluetooth support is not very mature in Mer/Nemo yet. In … Continue reading
Just packaged the QML version of VUMeter for Mer/Nemo. You can get it from my download repository.
Q To-Do is a simplistic todo list organizer. Q To-Do is available for Harmattan/MeeGo and Nemo/Mer. For more information about Q To-Do, its features, usage, installation, screenshots, etc. please see the new Q To-Do homepage at github. Up to now … Continue reading
QZeeControl for MeeGo/Harmattan can now also be downloaded from the Ovi store: http://store.ovi.com/content/269986 Please make sure to read and follow the usage instructions in order to have the best user experience.
This month I finally started to work on a small project I wanted to do already since long time ago: QZeeControl enables controlling your Harmattan/MeeGo based smartphone via a Zeemote bluetooth remote control. For those of you who already used … Continue reading
I had a little time to continue hacking on the Qt/QML port of To-Do O, Q To-Do. During this work I also reworked and updated my QML TreeView code a bit. You can get a compiled version for Harmattan (N9/N950) … Continue reading
Yesterday I uploaded version 1.9.0 of MeePasswords. The main change in this version is the UI that had been reworked quite massively by Cornelius. Thanks a lot for this great work! Additionally, I finally had the time to integrate the … Continue reading
I added a somewhat experimental feature to the Harmattan version of MeePasswords. The new functionality enables you to use NFC tags as means for authentication instead of having to type in your password. You can get the most recent version … Continue reading
Thanks to the community testers at apps.formeego.com MeePasswords and Q To-Do are now in the official software catalog there. Thanks a lot for your testing work and feedback.