Qt Quick components can best be described as controls/widgets for QML script – with them, an application can be written without having to create controls on your own.
A developer has now sent out the following announcement to the official Qt on Android list:
For information, I’m working on porting the Qt Quick components to Android, with semperXbmc (http://redmine.semperpax.com/projects/
semperxbmc/wiki), an XBMC remote control app designed for symbian, as the test case.
I’m starting to get nice results, as can be seen at https://picasaweb.google.com/christian.browet/SemperXbmcAndroid?authuser=0&feat=directlink.
I’m using the symbian code as a base, so the look and feel will obviously be very “symbianesque” at first, but who knows…
I will surely need help on the packaging side, as, so far, I have no idea on how to distribute the import plugins/qml thru apk. Obviously, source code will be available as soon as something “clean” comes up.
An example image is shown below:
Stay tuned for further info as we get it!