Update: Here you have also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok After we’ve seen how to set up the development environment, how to use Qt on Android and what deployment systems are available and how to sign the final package, it’s time to move forward. In this article we are going to learn about […]
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Touchscreens and modern user interfaces are migrating into every type of medical machine: ultrasound, infusion, CAT, MRI, x-ray, care monitors, surgery displays, information tablets, and even patient self-service systems. Touchscreens are also helping with hygiene requirements as they are liquid-proof and easily disinfected because the display is in a sealed enclosure. Qt is an ideal development environment for the new crop of medical devices. It […]
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 […]
Hybrid applications, which mix a UI built with Qt Widgets or Qt Quick with embedded HTML websites, are very popular. In particular, something like an HTML 5 app framework is often requested by customers. Qt WebKit makes it trivial to embed HTML content in any graphical application. But how does one bridge the gap between […]
Moving away for my original plan, today we will be talking about Vectors. To start this series of posts I had a main motivator, SVG. It is a great file format, it’s the file type I use day in day out and the format I use the most to create all of my images… But […]
A couple of months ago, Jesper Pedersen introduced our presentation tool for trainings, called SlideViewer. As SlideViewer is mainly used for our Qt and Squish trainings, we naturally have many code examples on the slides, ranging from C++ and QML to Python and XML. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at […]
Several previous posts have introduced our SlideViewer tool which we created for use in the various trainings we deliver. The tool started out as an experiment, created using basic QtQuick 2 Items. Startup configuration was specified by command line arguments, and a simple Keys.onPressed function provided most of the runtime control: both navigating around the slide […]
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 […]