Introducing the kdalgorithms library, purposed to make it easier to work with algorithms in C++14 and up.
Every now and then, when I submit some code for a code review, people tell me that I forgot qAsConst. Now I have one more enemy, namely: Clazy! It has also started saying this, and I guess it’s about time for me to figure out what is going on. When do I need qAsConst and […]
KDAB will be Gold sponsors at this year’s free online edition of Qt World Summit on November 9th, 2022. Our very own Jesper Pedersen will present his talk “Highlights from Qt Widgets and More”. Don’t miss out! Join developers, designers, managers, and executives to get inspired by the latest developments with Qt. Register now and […]
http://www.kdab.com/wp-content/uploads/stories/photon_migration.mp4 The Photon to Qt migration framework helps you control the complexity and cost of the migration project. The framework consists of the following parts: a partial implementation of the Photon API in Qt, covering the most important use cases a library of Qt widgets as slot-in replacements for Photon widgets that do not exist […]
The Challenge Previously on this blog, we featured a series of articles about our QML-based presentation tool, SlideViewer. To quickly recap: SlideViewer is a presentation program that allows writing slides entirely in QML. There are situations in which the slide deck needs to be available in PDF format in addition to the QML source: For […]
Introduction At Qt developer Days in Berlin 2013 I had an Aha! moment. I saw a presentation written in QML rather than the usual Powerpoint/LibreOffice/Keynote. It wasn’t that I did not imagine this was possible, rather the contrary, after all in KDAB we have more than 3000 slides on Qt-related topics, all written in …. […]