eclipsecon Europe 2016 Conference App

October 24, 2016 — 3 Comments

eclipsecon Europe 2016, Ludwigsburg, Germany

Soon available at the stores:

(can take up to 24 hours)

Android 4.3 or greater for Phones and Tablets from Google Play Store:


or download the APK from here if you prefer sideloading:


iOS 8.2 or greater for iPhone or iPads from Apple App Store:

just approved 2016-10-25 16:27 – can take a moment to be visible in App Store


Amazon Fire OS or BlackBerry10 on Amazon App Store:


Sorry – not enough time yet to also develop a native BlackBerry 10 App – hopefully for the next conference. Native BlackBerry 10 Cascades App loads faster and runs smoother on BlackBerry 10.

Also working on Windows 10 Mobile – runs in development mode on Lumia and others – haven’t finished the work to upload release to windows store yet.

You probably know that last years I always developed the BlackBerry 10 App for Eclipse Conferences. This year first I did it for Android and iOS using Qt 5.7 and brandnew Qt Quick Controls 2. Used Qt Quick Controls 2 and Google Material Style. To make my work easier, Entities (Session, Speaker, Track, Room, Conference, …) are generated using a Xtext / Xtend DSL. Started this DSL 2 years ago for BlackBerry 10 Cascades / Qt 4.8 and now I’m able also to generate code for Qt 5.7 / Qt Quick Controls 2. Hopefully at the end of year mobaDSL will be available Open Source.

Want to know more about HowTo develop Apps using Qt 5.7 for Android, iOS and Windows 10 ? The Sourcecode of my Qt World Summit Conference App is available at Github:

Here some screenshots of eclipsecon Europe Conference App.






Session Detail





3 responses to eclipsecon Europe 2016 Conference App


    Does Qt 5.7 Android apps run on BB10 ?


      you can install them via Amazone App Store per ex. But it’s no fun – not same UX as running BB10 apps and App-loading time is slow.
      for BB10 I’m developing native BB10 apps and for Android, iOS, W10 Qt5.7 apps using QtQuickControls2. C++ code can be re-used by 80%, UI frameworks are different but app architecture is similar.


        When I tried I must have been just too impatient with the loading time. Now when I tried my Qt based droid app it worked (Qt 5.7.1), even camera works.

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