It has been very quiet around WEC platform support in Qt, and you would have been forgiven for thinking that nothing was happening. But behind the scenes, we have been tackling some pretty hard issues. We just did not blog about the ongoing work……until now. Be assured that the platform is still maintained and there […]
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Using the QML engine and QtQuick scenegraph to introspect and analyze performance. Abstract: A fluid and performant user interface in QtQuick applications is an important factor, especially considering that users increasingly demand an “iPhone-like” experience, while at same time, applications often run on a resource-constrained embedded system. What can be done when a QtQuick application […]
JamesTurner and Giuseppe D’Angelo are introducing Qt3D 2.0
Kevin Krammer compares QtWidgets and QtQuick Controls.
David Faure speaks about additional Qt libraries outside Qt Projects.
Abstract: Moc’s job is two-fold: it generates the qt_metacall() member function that dispatches incoming calls to slots and implements reading and writing of properties, and it generates the QMetaObject containing information about what signals, slots and properties are available, providing runtime introspection capabilities. All of this is fixed at compile time though, a limitation that […]
Abstract: With the launch of the Qt Project in 2011 it has been made possible for everyone, individual or organization, to directly submit patches to the Qt codebase. Whether it’s a small fix to the documentation, an improvement to existing code, or even a brand new module altogether, the procedure is the same. The presentation […]
Abstract: It is easier and easier to create a proper QtQuick application from scratch. But is it really that simple to bring existing code in the QtQuick structure? It can get especially challenging for a large project which collected C++ collected over more than 15 years. What can we do of all that code? Temptation […]