If https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/qt5/ is exactly what you'd get from the PPA than this is already solved. My thoughts were that the QML Toolkit provides templates, style guides, compontents to be used for Ubuntu Phone Apps to get a somewhat unified look.
I'm now developing an android application . I place components in Nexus One .
When I ran the application with nexus one or nexus S , it display fine . But when with 5.1 in WVGA or 4.7 WXGA both components and containers are no more on right location . I don't know what to do . Help me pls .
I'm a newbie developer and I've developed some application in Ubuntu SDK so that I can use in my ubuntu phone or desktop.
But is there any way that I can port my Ubuntu Touch application to Android so that I can also use in my Android smartphone?
I've tried necessitas 1.3 but it comes with default Qt 4.8, and also I cannot use Ubuntu Components.
I configured Android 4.0 in my netbeans ide (verion 7.1.1). I am able to create a Android project but am unable to see any components pallete in the tools section to drag and drop to the layout main xml ?
Unfortunately right clicking on the xml code doesnt give me an option "Open on graphical editor".
CHALLENGE!! ok so what i need is a row of components at the top, right below it is a scrollview with multiple rows, each row added dynamically with components that align with the components outside the scrollview. and right below the scrollview is another row of components that also align with the things above, or to say they're all in the same columns.
My old 2.0 speakers have died. I wanted to have a 2.1 system. Therefore, I did some research and found that I could build the system myself with better components. Essentially, I have an idea which components I want.