Our back-up tool has been upgraded to version 1.1.0 including the possibility to connect to remote hosts via SSH secure shell. As previous versions, it is using the functionalities from rsync as the back-end with the easiness of having a graphical interface for each operation.
You will find a more detailed explanations of the changes in the release notes.
Version 1.0.4 is now released and it is coming with many improvements, new features and correction of bugs.
The database has been upgraded to support some of the new features, but a new module has been implemented to manage the upgrade operation of your previous database transparently and with no intervention.
Darhon Finance has been made available in OVI store for your convenience. The current supported platform is Maemo5 targeting the Nokia N900 devices.
We are also working with the upcoming version to support Symbian^3 in order to target the new set of smart phones released by Nokia using this OS. Once this version is tested and ready for production, it will be distributed through our webpage and OVI store.
We are happy to announce the immediate availability of a new update for Darhon Finance.
The current stable version is now 1.0.3 and the upgrade should be seamless, as your data will remain untouched making the process completely safe. The update resolves minor bugs and in addition we made some corrections about features requested by the community via our forum. More details about the new version can be found in the release notes.
The Necessitas team, led by Bogdan Vatra, is pleased to announce the first alpha release of Necessitas, a Qt SDK for the Android mobile platform.
This is a community endeavor not supported or endorsed by either Nokia or Google at present. Necessitas is an effort to bring Qt Framework into Android operating system increasing the already vibrant ecosystem around Qt.
We are pleased to announce the web site completion and global launch of www.darhon.com.
Darhon Software's team is focused to provide solutions for mobile and desktop devices supporting Qt framework. The range of targeted platforms starts from mobile devices using Symbian and Maemo operating systems and it is extended to the desktop arena covering Linux and Windows operating systems.