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HowTo Invoke Cards (Invokation Framework)



I have written a blog with some tech details HowTo provide and use Cards from Invokation Framework:




You have to rethink the architecture of your app and in some cases use different QML root objects for embedded-use of your app or regular-launched-use


the blog above focuses on providing functionality as a Card - another blog will follow HowTo use unbound invocations, MediaPlayer, FilePicker etc.


BTW: the target and client apps are on AppWorld for DevAlpha available and alls sources are Open Source.

Apps are approved, but yet not visible in AppWorld DevAlpha (you need the version from 2012-11-08).

will let you know when they're there

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