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.).
Top Posts & Pages
- Plasma Active 4 for Nexus 7 (2012) and Archos G9
- Plasma Active for Nexus 7: Running the touch-optimized Plasma Active Linux Distribution on Nexus 7
- Exchange Data and Objects between C++ and QML and vice versa
- QML TreeView
- QML SectionScroller vs. QAbstractListModel
- QML Text Input for Maemo Fremantle
- Plasma Active - Archos G9 armv7hl Rootfs Tarballs
- Plasma Active Custom Keyboard
- New Version of the QML TreeView
- N9: Dual Boot Nemo and Harmattan
Tag Archives: Qt
I put a little work into getting MeePasswords run on SailfishOS. With the experience I got while porting Q To-Do I could do it much quicker this time. This is still a work in progress but I think the screenshots … Continue reading
With a slight delay, I add more screenshots of the SailfishOS version of Q To-Do (See the other post for the older screenshots.). Right now, everything should work. Some UI elements are also already adapted to the native Sailfish look … Continue reading
Yesterday evening and today, I put a little more work into the SailfishOS version of Q To-Do. Personally, I am quite happy with the results so far. It still needs some more work but I’m optimistic that when I finally … Continue reading
Recently, I ported some of my apps (MeePasswords, Q To-Do) to BB10. These apps use some Open Source projects as dependencies that were not readily available for BB10 yet; at least I couldn’t find them. So, I decided to give … Continue reading
During the past weeks, I put a little effort in further improving my to-do list app: Q To-Do. In this post, I announce the new and improved version 0.11.6 of Q To-Do. This version offers new features like synchronization of … Continue reading
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
When one wants to achieve dynamic behavior in object-oriented languages like C++ or Java one approach is to leverage inheritance; e.g., one could define a base class or an interface that defines a method, say “foo()”, that must be implemented … Continue reading
Upon request I just uploaded the full source code of my previous example on how to exchange data and objects between QML and C++. You can find the full source including a short readme that explains how to build an … 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