Today, MeeGo 1.1 has been released for handsets.
We are pleased to present this Day 1 release of MeeGo Handset.
As part of this release, we are excited to present you with a fresh look and feel of our handset user experience. In doing so, we have included icons and visual assets on the toolbar and home scree,n as place holders for future development to make sure you have the full look and feel of MeeGo Handset. Besides look and feel assets, we are also excited to provide you with our current applications focuses. We have included a dialer, sms, photo viewer, browser, and personal connection management applications.
These are our current works in progress, and we wanted to share them with you, as we continue to work on them. This will allow you to see how all the applications will start to come together for our upcoming MeeGo 1.1 release of MeeGo Handset. We have also included several settings options like working wifi and a phone simulator, so you may use the majority of the currently working applications. Additionally, at the end of this page are some of the known issues you may encounter and workarounds to help you.
The available MeeGo sildenafil 20 mg repositories now include the operating system base from the Linux kernel to the OS infrastructure, up to the middleware layer for the following platforms.
- Intel Atom-based netbooks
- ARM-based Nokia N900
- Intel Atom-based handset (Moorestown)
- Intel Atom-based in-vehicle
The MeeGo Project Handset Day 1 includes:
- – MeeGo APIs, incorporating Qt and MeeGo Touch UI Framework (MTF)
- – Subset of the handset reference UI and applications
- – Status Bar: clock, network, Bluetooth, 3G connection, notifications, and battery charge
- – Home Screen
- – Lock Screen
- – Application Launcher
- – Virtual Keyboard
- – Applications: Dialer, SMS, Browser, Contacts, and Photo Viewer
- – MeeGo Core OS (including the middleware components)
- – Hardware adaptation support for Intel Atom-based handset (Moorestown) and ARM-based Nokia N900
You can get information here