– 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 […]
Software developers like tools, and in particular tools that make them more productive. So in this blog post, I am going to share with you some of the experiences some of us here at KDAB have had using Visual Studio Code for Qt development. Motivation of using Visual Studio Code instead of Qt Creator The […]
KDAB has contributed QMacTouchBar to Qt, a widget in the QtMacExtras module, written by KDABian Christoph Schleifenbaum, which is already being used in some of KDAB’s own internal tools.
In this blog post, I will look at ways to move outdated UI code into the 21st century, of course with a Qt focus, and based on KDAB’s more than 15 years of experience in migrations. You will learn about your options, when it makes sense to consider a migration as opposed to a complete […]
Right from the start, we at KDAB have had lots of fun playing a leading role – and as the Qt experts, we look forward to continuing to contribute to the growing Qt community. As a toast to the next 20 years of fun and success, we are combining the company meeting, this year here […]
For the last 3 years, we in KDAB have received overwhelmingly positive feedback for organising and running Qt Developer Days in Europe. Now we would like to say thank you to all of you for your participation and positive feedback with regard to our arrangements of everything from great technical content and discussions to evening entertainment […]