[MeeGo-dev] Should I use MeeGo Touch Framework or Qt Framework for MeeGo tablets
sivan at omniqueue.com
Wed Mar 2 19:11:07 PST 2011
Is backend here referring to the system wide settings framework that
is part of meego gitorious or scheduled to be open sourced?
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 10:04 PM, karoliina.t.salminen at gmail.com
<karoliina.t.salminen at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>On Wednesday, 2 de March de 2011 06:52:34 Gabriel M. Beddingfield wrote:
>>>> However, the MTF includes things like mcompositor,
>>>> mdecorator, duicontrolpanel, etc... These are fundamental
>>>> parts of the Handset UX, the IVI UX, and the Tablet UX. So,
>>>> if the MTF is scheduled for termination... then I missed a
>>>> memo somewhere.
>>>You're right: before it can be terminated, an alternative needs to come along.
>> Let's make difference, duicontrolpanel is just an application that is made with
>> MtF UI toolkit ads is many other MeeGo application. Before MtF UI toolkit
>> can be removed, all of them need to be rewritten with Qt Components.
> I have been already thinking of duicontrolpanel2 (maybe we can name it
> now properly mxxxx).
> It would most likely use Qt components for UI and C++ for the "backend".
> I have been thinking separation of the UI layer and "engine" so that
> there is some further flexibility
> in UI customization over the traditional applet approach where the UI
> is integral part of each applet.
> This is just on idea stage at the moment, nobody has started coding it
> yet. If somebody has by the way
> great ideas for it, feel free to contribute, I am listening!
> Best Regards,
> Karoliina Salminen
> the caretaker of duicontrolpanel
> MeeGo-dev mailing list
> MeeGo-dev at meego.com
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