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GNU General Public License version 3

Status

The application is currently in the planning phase.

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Platform

Written in Qt, the application runs on all major desktop operating systems (Windows, Linux and OS X).

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Isn't this the same as: stackapps.com/questions/39 –  Nathan Osman May 24 '10 at 15:54
    
@George: I don't know what that app does since the downloads are offline. I want to make this app something similar to TweetDeck. –  Mircea Chirea May 26 '10 at 11:08
    
That's strange... anyway, the downloads are working now. –  Nathan Osman May 26 '10 at 17:51
    
The links are dead. –  Ciaran Gallagher Dec 6 '13 at 15:39
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I just spent around 30 minutes mocking up a TweekDeck app I was considering making in WPF and also targeting Silverlight for Windows Mobile 7 - but it looks like you beat me to it.

I think TweetDeck is WPF but I might be wrong, but the mockup I came up with is below. My own view is this would be easier to do in XAML but you obviously lose the Linux and Mac desktop capabilities then.

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Can't hurt to have more than one. Competition is good. If you target silverlight with your WPF stuff then your mac and Linux are supported. –  Soviut May 31 '10 at 17:40
    
Qt supports declarative UI too. TweetDeck is written in Adobe Air. I'll start coding this app this week. –  Mircea Chirea Jun 1 '10 at 17:04
    
I've installed it twice I should've remember that –  Chris S Jun 1 '10 at 23:15
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