You can now download the English version of Seslen program from Google Play. It’s called EasyWiki.
It uses Text-to-Speech and Speech Recognition. No typing is needed and it also works with the hands free button.
It can be downloaded from Google Play at the link below:
I use this method for having simple access to a parent class’ functions in Java. Please note that this is not a recommended method but in case of programs with not much lines of code it becomes really helpful and easy to implement.
Continue reading “Access Parent Class in Java (and obviously Android)”
This program allows you to search for an article in Turkish version of Wikipedia using your microphone (Speech Recognition) and listen to the results using Android’s internal Text-To-Speech engine. Simple and useful!
English version will be out soon 🙂
Another note to myself which I hope will be useful for others searching it.
Add the following lines to your PRO file in Qt, or create a PRI file using the following and include that in your PRO file.
Continue reading “OpenCV + Qt + Android, Adding Required Libraries and Includes”
Following slides contain valuable information on Qt, Android and JNI that were presented during Qt Developer Days 2014.
How to call a Java function using C++ (Qt) and how to call-back a C++ (Qt) function using Java are described here.
Extending your Qt Android application using JNI
They’re originally taken from http://www.qtdeveloperdays.com