Trolltech today announced the launch of Qt Jambi 4.4 – the latest version of its application framework for Java development.
Qt Jambi is based on the recently-launched Qt 4.4, and brings its benefits to Java developers: including the ability to develop web and multimedia enriched applications across desktop operating systems.
Among the new features in Qt Jambi 4.4 you can find:
Integration with WebKit, the open source browser engine based on KDE's KHTML.
Integration with Phonon, a cross platform multimedia API from KDE which allows you to play and manipulate video and sound in your application.
Support for any compliant JDBC driver as a backend to Qt Jambi's SQL classes.
Widget can be used inside a graphics view, allowing transformations and manipulations to be combined with the regular application logic.
For information about more features see the Gunnar's release blog.