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Slaying Latency with Linux Kernel Tracepoints

Knowing what tools are at your disposal when looking to make a program faster or keep it operating smoothly is critical to your success as a programmer. We recently solved a performance problem using Linux Kernel Tracepoints so we thought we’d share the process with you so that you can see for yourself if this […]

Creating a PDF from a QtQuick 2 scene in SlideViewer

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 […]

Analysing QtQuick apps with GammaRay or “Why is my button gone?”

This is a typical situation when you program a GUI for an application. You have just created a new control, you start your application and… no control. But now: Is it obscured? Is it misplaced? Is it completely transparent or set to ‘invisible’? Is my custom OpenGL-stuff broken or is the item actually not created for […]

QML @ DevDays 2012

In less than a week, the Qt DevDays 2012 conference in Berlin will start! I am quite excited, the scheduled talks and trainings look awesome, I can hardy decide which one to attend. There are lots of talks about QML and QtQuick as well. I’ll be holding a presentations about how the QML engine works, […]

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