Update 02/03/20: This event has been postponed from March 13-14 to November 20-21. KDAB will be gold sponsors at QtDay Italy in 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. Make sure to mark the dates in your calendar […]
This is the first in a series of blog posts on QStringView, the std::u16string_view equivalent for Qt. You can read about QStringView in my original post to the Qt development mailing-list, follow its status by tracking the “qstringview” topic on Gerrit and learn about string views in general in Marshall Clow’s CppCon 2015 talk, aptly […]
The last post from my colleague Marc Mutz about deprecating Q_FOREACH caused quite an uproar amongst the Qt developers who follow this blog. I personally feel that this was caused fundamentally by a perceived threat: there is a cost associated to porting away a codebase from a well-known construct (Q_FOREACH) to a new and yet-undiscovered […]
Quick: When you design C++ APIs, when and how should you use pair and tuple? The answer is as simple as it is surprising: Never. Ever. When we design APIs, we naturally strive for qualities such as readability, ease-of-use, and discoverability. Some C++ types are enablers in this regard: std::optional, std::variant, std::string_view/gsl::string_span, and, of course, […]
An in-depth look at improving the visual quality and computational throughput of systems with OpenGL, from a KDAB expert and the maintainer of Qt 3D, writing for the USA’s premium magazine for embedded computing: RTC magazine.
QML is the language that makes writing Qt application UIs easier than ever before. QmlWeb now brings this ease to the web. Traditionally desktop applications were written in languages like C or C++. Web technologies like HTML and PHP were mainly used to write static websites. With the rise of modern web applications and technologies […]