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NFC Development with Qt - v2.2.0 (5. November 2012)

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Learn developing Near Field Communication (NFC) apps for Nokia's Symbian and MeeGo phones with step-by-step tutorials! ...

Learn developing Near Field Communication (NFC) apps for Nokia's Symbian and MeeGo phones with step-by-step tutorials!

The three development options Qt, Symbian native and Java ME are outlined. A more detailed explanation shows the Qt Mobility 1.2 APIs to create modern NFC applications for smartphones.

In the final part, step-by-step hands-on tutorials walk you through developing your first two NFC apps. The first demo extends an example from the Qt SDK with reading & writing both URI and text NDEF records to create new sticky notes on the virtual corkboards visible on the screen. The second demo uses the LLCP protocol to create a peer-to-peer chat application between two NFC Forum compatible devices.

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  • pramodjagadeesh Pramod Jagadeesh NFC with Qt
    Excellent info
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  • gerdavax Stefano Sanna, Head of Android Lab at Open Reply Thank you Andreas for this interesting presentation.
    Could you please provide some hint/link on which device and development environment can be used to work in Card Emulation mode? Thanks.
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  • andreasjakl Mopius at Mopius @dkainer: auto-starting Qt apps in response to custom records on an NFC tag will be supported by Qt as well - see the Qt Mobility documentation for more information. This is not yet enabled with the current beta releases. If you need autostart-functionality right now, you can simply adapt the Symbian C++ example: https://projects.developer.nokia.com/nfccontenthandlerplugin 2 years ago
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  • andreasjakl Mopius at Mopius @mossmatt: Sure, NFC device kits are still available - just sign up for the Nokia Developer Launchpad program to access it. More information: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Developing_NFC_Applications#Obtaining_an_NFC_enabled_phone 2 years ago
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  • mossmatt mossmatt Are NFC Device Kits still available? I would like to start developing a few ideas for apps. 2 years ago
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  • dkainer dkainer Excellent info.
    Is there a way to implement Push Registry functionality to launch a QT App in response to a Tag Read. This is possible using J2ME but i would like to do that same in QT but don't know if it is possible?
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