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 […]
The great content from Qt Desktop Days continued on day three. QML for Desktop If you’re building a desktop application today, should you consider building the UI with Qt Quick? That’s the question that KDABian Shantanu Tushar answers in this session. He walks us through the pros and cons of Qt Widgets versus Qt Quick, […]
– Matthias Kalle Dalheimer If your company produces physical products, you might think that your most important asset is the in-depth experience acquired in your field, your loyal customer base, or your top-notch manufacturing facilities, not your software. However, over and over again, industry giants in many fields have been toppled by Silicon Valley start-ups […]
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems have been around since the 1950’s, far longer than most other types of computer applications. Their rock-solid performance has been responsible for the streamlining of any industry that needs precise and consistent controls: building automation, energy management, part machining, printing and packaging, robotic assembly, ship building, water treatment, […]
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.
This year’s North American stop on the Qt World Summit world tour was in Boston, held during the Red Sox’s World Series win. Most of us were glad to be flying home before celebration parades closed the streets! The Qt community has reason to celebrate too, as there’s an unprecedented level of adoption and support […]
Qt partners at the 2017 Embedded world. We had a fabulous time and so did everyone else. KDAB is very proud of our work on the RIMAC supercar. See you next year!
Last week was the 2016 Qt World Summit, held at the wharf in downtown San Francisco, which attracted over 600 Qt developers, contributors, and enthusiasts from around the world. If you didn’t have the fortune to join us there, don’t worry—we’ve got a brief highlight reel for you. There were a number of keynotes covering […]
KDAB’s Rafael Roquetto lays it all out as to how and why Qt is the way to go for modern user interfaces in the embedded world in RTC magazine’s May digital issue, just published on-line. With a potted history of the User Interface to date and a clear descriptions of Qt’s wide range of APIs […]