Qt Extended Improved

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Qt Extended Improved
Developer Qt Extended Improved Project
OS family Linux
Latest release 4.5.2 / June 28, 2009
Kernel type Monolithic kernel
License GPL and proprietary
Official website Qt Extended Improved

Qt Extended Improved is an application platform for Embedded Linux-based mobile computing devices such as personal digital assistants, projectors and mobile phones.

Qt Software cancelled the Qt Extended project, but as it was free software then the community created a fork of it, the Qt Extended Improved project, and continued building.


Qt Extended Improved features:

Qt Extended Improved is dual licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and proprietary licenses.

Devices and deployment[edit]

Qt Extended Improved can run on several mobile devices, most notably the Openmoko phones: Neo 1973 and FreeRunner.

Software development[edit]

Native applications can be developed and compiled using C++.[1] Managed applications can be developed in Java.