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Ubuntu Phone and Unity vs Jolla and SailfishOS

With billions of devices produced, Android is by far the most common Linux-based mobile operating system to date. Of the less known competitors, Ubuntu phone and Jolla are the most interesting. Both are relatively new and neither one has quite yet all the features Android provides, but they do have some areas of innovation where […]

Optimal Sailfish SDK workflow with QML auto-reloading

Sailfish is the Linux based operating system used in Jolla phones. Those who develop apps for Jolla use the Sailfish SDK (software development kit), which is basically a customized version of Qt Creator. Sailfish OS apps are written using the Qt libraries and typically in the C++ programming language. The user interfaces of Sailfish apps […]

Jolla and Sailfish Hack Day 2014-03-29

Due to popular demand we are organizing a second event! Would you like to learn how to write a Sailfish OS app and get it into the Jolla store? Or are you already working on a Sailfish app but need help with it? Join us on Jolla and Sailfish Hack Day to code and learn […]

Jolla and Sailfish Hack Day 2014-02-22

Would you like to learn how to write a Sailfish OS app and get it into the Jolla store? Or are you already working on a Sailfish app but need help with it? Join the Jolla and Sailfish Hack Day to code and learn from other SailfishOS and QML enthusiasts. And if you already have […]

The Jolla phone – first impressions

The first device running SailfishOS, the successor of Meego, has finally been released. It’s elegant and beautiful both on the outside and inside. It has multiple unique features that makes it unlike any mobile device we’ve seen so far. We have been waiting for Jolla to release their phone for more than a year and […]

The WOW effect

The mobile devices scene is very interesting to follow at the moment. All competitors have a huge urge to overtake the market, since we know that in a few years billions of people on this planet will buy a mobile device, and whoever gets the biggest market share now, is likely to make huge profits […]