Wrapping up Qt Desktop Days, are two final sessions that cap off five days of great sessions. Kirigami: convergence with Desktop as first-class Let’s say you want to develop a mobile-looking UI… hey, wait a minute! Aren’t we talking about Qt Desktop Days? Indeed we are, but as Marco Martin, a KDE employee who works […]
Wait, there’s more? Yes, indeed. Qt Desktop Days delivered a lot of great content we’ve just got to share. VLC and Qt, a history If you need to play the widest variety of audio, video, or streaming formats on the planet, you probably know about VLC (the “cone player”). But did you know that VLC […]
If you missed Qt Desktop Days, you might be wondering what you missed. No need to worry! We’re going to give you a day-by-day summary of some of the cool things that were discussed, demoed, and explained. (We’re uploading all of the videos to our YouTube channel, but we’ll provide the direct links to each […]
We are happy to let you know that the very first edition of Qt Desktop Days 2020 was a great success! Having pulled together the event at very short notice, we were delighted at the enthusiastic response from contributors and attendees alike. Over 500 registered attendees could enjoy five days of technical talks. The program shows […]
Qt Widgets for the Desktop – Online, 3 days March 2nd to 4th 2021, 9am to 4pm CST, with Jim Albamont What you’ll learn The course covers Qt fundamentals, objects and widgets, Qt Creator and Designer, then takes you under the hood to learn about core classes, custom dialogs, layout management, painting, event handling, as […]
KDAB will be gold sponsors at QtDay Italy November 20-21st. The event is entirely focused on Qt and Qt-related technologies and has grown to be the biggest Qt event in the region. Presented below is the talk and workshop from KDAB Back to Basics: writing a model (Workshop) – Giuseppe D’Angelo Date/Time Tue Nov 17, […]
KDDockWidgets is an effort by KDAB to provide an advanced docking system for Qt that QDockWidgets doesn't support. Features include: nesting dock widgets in a floating window, docking to any main window, tab bar with detachable tabs, inner customizable helper widgets.
Declarative Widgets is a QML plugin that adds Qt Widgets support to QML. This means we can now easily mix the power of QML with the comfort of a Widgets UI on desktop. Background Declarative Widgets was born out of a breakfast discussion about how awesome it would be to use QML to describe […]
In the last episode of this blog series we learned about the overall concepts of input methods in Qt, with a look behind the scenes to see how a key press event from the native windowing system travels through the Qt input stack until it appears on screen inside a QLineEdit. In that context, the input method […]
Kevin Krammer compares QtWidgets and QtQuick Controls.