Introducing the kdalgorithms library, purposed to make it easier to work with algorithms in C++14 and up.
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On QVarLengthArray and Uninitialized Storage in C++
If you’re following our Youtube channel you might have heard me talking about QVarLengthArray. If you’re not… you should follow us! But let me give you a quick recap. QVarLengthArray is a Qt container that acts like a vector; its elements are stored contiguously in memory and it has a dynamic size. At any time […]
The Top 100 QML Resources by KDAB
An overview of QML related blogs and video tutorials for all levels from beginner to advanced. Includes material for getting started, qt creator, development, tools, graphics and other in-depth topics.
C/C++ Profiling Tools
This blog will give you a brief overview of profiling C and C++ applications. Additionally, it will lay before you all of the tools available, with the purpose of aiding you in choosing the right tools at the right times.
Hotspot v1.4.0 Better Disassembly View and More...
Hotspot 1.4.0 has been released! Hotspot is a replacement for perf report. It’s a GUI for the perf profiler that takes a perf.data file, parses and evaluates its contents, and then displays the result in a graphical way. This feature release contains close to 400 commits since the last stable v1.3.0 release. It comes with its […]
CXX-Qt 0.4 Released
We just released CXX-Qt version 0.4! CXX-Qt is a set of Rust crates for creating bidirectional Rust ⇄ C++ bindings with Qt. It can be used to integrate Rust into C++ applications using CMake or build Rust applications with Cargo. CXX-Qt provides tools for implementing QObject subclasses in Rust that can be used from C++, […]
Understanding qAsConst and std::as_const
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 […]
C/C++ Debugging Tools An Overview of Debugging Tools for C and C++ Applications
In this blog on debugging and profiling, I would like to give you an overview of the debugging tools that exist for C and C++ applications. Automated Testing The first thing you need to do is make sure your code is properly tested. This, in itself, is not debugging, but it enables you to make […]
Handling a Lot of Text in QML
For cases where just viewing the text is enough, we walk you through what we tried in order to resolve an issue with masses of text in QML. We are not talking about a general solution, but a specific case that we encountered during a customer project.
Choosing a CPU Is the i.MX 8 Right for Your Project?
We’ll share with you some of our CPU choice considerations, helping eliminate some of the unknowns and hopefully clearing away some misconceptions in the process.