|05-08-2010, 04:45 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Device: Kindle DX
Kindle SDK (Java) vs. Qt
Someone asked about the advantage of Qt over the announced kindle SDK, which was not answered satisfactorily.
The main advantages of using Qt (I see) are:
- more speed (java needs a bytecode interpreter and Qt is low-level)
- many existing apps (for example games like battle of wesnoth [everything already ported to arm devices like the nokia internet tablets])
- free software of size more than 100 kb ...
I would love to see:
- editors (text, latex, office, code, ...)
- math software (spreadsheet analysis, matlab, R, maple like software ...)
- better readers
- games (chess, board games)
Its already there and easy to port!
I hope more people joining the (Qt) development teams and improve the usefulness of the kindle.
What is on your wishlist?
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