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 […]
What is Akademy? Akademy is the yearly conference for the KDE community, which is a community devoted to creating free software for desktop and mobile. Typically, Akademy takes place in a different city each year. However, due to the pandemic, the conference was online this time around. September 4-11 marked the dates of Akademy 2020. […]
Download the report As the world continues its steady march towards ubiquitous computing, almost everything from airplanes to toasters is being powered by embedded software. In fact, technology is so pervasive, we take connected homes, advanced medical equipment, and self-driving cars almost for granted. However, many of us who work in the industry have some […]
There are many big challenges that face software development today, such as developing for cybersecurity, creating a code of professional ethics, and maintaining data privacy. In this downloadable magazine, we hear from pundits with honest insights into these deep questions about the direction the industry is heading.
There has been a lot of back and forth around the use of Free Software in public administration. One of the latest initiatives in this area was started by the Free Software Foundation Europe, FSFE. It focuses on the slogan: Public Money – Public Code. There are various usage scenarios for Free Software in public administration. […]
Clazy is a clang plugin which extends the compiler with over 50 warnings related to Qt best practices ranging from unneeded memory allocations to API misuse. It’s an opensource project spawned by KDAB’s R&D efforts for better C++ tooling. Today, we’re proud to announce a Clazy Web UI to view all warnings emitted by Clazy, […]
In my first article that I wrote about Qt on Android I gave you a small introduction on how the port began and where is it now. I wrote about the fact that in November 2012 I contributed the port to Qt project, but I intentionally omitted one very important thing to tell you. Before […]
The Marshmallow Entertainment System (or MES for short) is an open-source game console project composed primarily out of a Raspberry Pi, a custom Linux distribution and the Marshmallow Game Engine. Marshmallow is not your run of the mill game engine, it’s intended to be integrated into any game project. This allows game developers to customize […]