I'm an independent developer for mobile games. I recently publish my first game for Android platform.
I'm working in cooperation with Marmalade (IdeaWorks3D) to develop my game and to distribute it.
I'm familiar with various programming languages and tools - in particular cocos2d and box2d with c++ and I would be happy to assists anyone who need help.
In an interview for an upcoming issue of Linux User & Developer, Linux Mint developer Clement Lefebvre, aka Clem, revealed some of the plans for the future of Linux Mint and Cinnamon most importantly, how recent developments have caused the team to finally move to making the code base independent of GNOME.
Density-independent pixel (dp) is a virtual pixel unit used in the Android platform. It helps to express layout dimensions or position in a density-independent way. The Android style guide uses DP as the metrics of UI component. Reference : http://developer.android.com/design/style/metrics-grids.html
However, I cannot find any method to use DP on QML provided by the SDK.