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2.1.4 Symbian Platform SDK
2.1.5 Open C/C++Plug-in
2.1.6 The Carbide.c++IDE
2.1.7 Qt for Symbian
2.2 Using Carbide.c++with Qt for Symbian
2.3 Summary
Qt in General
3.1 Hello World
3.1.1 Building
3.1.2 Packaging
3.2 Basics
3.2.1 Layouts
3.2.2 Object Ownership and Memory Management
3.3 Signals and Slots
3.3.1 Basic Signals
3.3.2 Parameters
3.4 Qt Object Model
3.4.1 QObject
3.4.2 Custom Signals and Slots
3.4.3 Implementing Slots and Emitting Signals
3.4.4 Meta-object Compiler (moc)
3.4.5 Connecting Signals and Slots
3.4.6 Properties and Meta-information
3.5 User Interface
3.5.1 Handling Text through Implicit Sharing
3.5.2 Internationalization
3.5.3 Widgets, Dialogs and the Main Window
3.6 System
3.6.1 Events
3.6.2 Timers and Painting
3.7 Communication
3.7.2 Files and Streams
3.7.3 Networking and XML
Qt Mobility APIs
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Bearer Management
4.2.1 Creating a Network Session
4.3 Contacts
4.4 The Contacts API
4.4.1 Creating a New Contact
4.4.2 Finding a Single Contact Detail
4.4.3 Editing a Contact Detail
4.5 Location
4.5.1 Getting and Following the User’s Location
4.6 Messaging
4.6.1 Creating and Sending an Email Message
4.7 Multimedia
4.7.1 Playing an Audio File
4.7.2 Creating a Playlist of Videos and Playing Them in a Video Widget
4.8 Publish and Subscribe
4.9 Service Framework
4.10 System Information
4.10.1 Accessing Device Information
4.10.2 Accessing System Information
4.11 Summary
Qt-Like Mobile Extensions
5.1 Utilizing Platform Features beyond Qt APIs
5.2 How to Use the Mobile Extensions in Your Project
5.3 Alarms
5.3.1 Getting a List of All Alarms
5.3.2 Creating a Workday Wakeup Alarm
1 // Creating a workday wakeup alarm
5.3.3 Changing the Time of a Specific Alarm
5.3.4 Deleting an Alarm
5.4 Calendar
5.4.1 Creating a New Calendar Item
5.4.2 Deleting Calendar Entries
5.5 Camera
5.5.1 Camera Initialization
5.5.2 Using the Viewfinder Widget
5.5.3 Taking a Photo
5.6 Installer
5.6.1 Installing an Application in the Background without Notifying the User
5.6.2 Uninstalling an Application in the Background without Notifying the User
5.6.3 Getting a List of all Installed Applications in the Device
5.7 Landmarks
5.7.1 Creating a Landmark for the Current Location
5.7.2 Getting a List of All Landmarks in the Landmark Database
5.8 Profile
5.8.1 Getting the Current Active Profile
5.8.2 Setting the Current Profile to Silent
5.8.3 Setting the Ringing Volume of the General Profile to Maximum
5.9 Sensors
5.9.1 Receiving Notification of Changes in Rotation and Orientation
5.10 Telephony
5.10.1 Making a Circuit-Switched Telephone Call
5.10.2 Receiving Notification of When Phone Call Status Changes
5.11 Utils
5.11.1 Keeping the Device Backlight Turned On
5.11.2 Launching a File with the Default Viewer Application
5.12 Vibra
5.12.1 Switching on the Vibration Function
Qt Apps and Native Symbian Extensions
6.1 Data Types and Symbian OS Class Naming Conventions
6.1.1 Descriptors
6.1.2 Arrays
6.2 Memory Management
6.2.1 Leaves and Exception Handling
6.2.2 The Cleanup Stack
6.2.3 Two-Phase Construction
6.2.4 Thin Templates
6.3 Executable Files
6.4 Platform Security
6.5 Active Objects
6.6 Error Handling
6.7 Threads
6.8 Qt for Symbian
6.8.1 Combining Qt and Native C++
6.8.3 Separating Qt and Symbian Implementations
6.8.4 Other Issues
6.9 Summary
Qt for Symbian Examples
7.1 Mobility API Examples
7.1.1 Displaying Messaging Accounts
7.1.2 Displaying Recent Messages
7.1.3 Service Framework
7.2 Qt for Symbian and Mobile Extension Examples
7.2.1 Basic Widgets Example
7.2.2 Background Worker Class
7.2.3 Bouncing Ball
7.2.4 Options Menu
7.2.5 Website Downloader
7.2.6 Stored Settings
7.2.7 FriendsApp
7.2.8 Sensor API
7.2.9 Messaging API
7.2.10 Camera API
7.2.11 Location API
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