TL;DR: If you choose a default translation in your Qt application based on a locale name like this: then please change it to: Some of your users (me!) will be thankful that your application appears in the same language as the rest of their system. Background I’m a Polish guy working with computers, mostly on […]
KDAB Blogs Get the RSS Feed
Stay up-to-date and get inspiration from KDAB’s expert insights into Qt, C++ and OpenGL development.
Our engineers and designers share cutting-edge technology news and ideas with regard to Qt, QML, Qt on Android, OpenGL, Qt 3D, Vulkan, Scalable UIs and more embedded, mobile and desktop-related topics.
Part 3 If you are here from Part 1, you missed Part 2, somehow. It’s a night scene You have tried everything from the first two parts that seemed applicable, and your screen is still a window to the void? No problem: we’ve gathered another five reasons this could be happening and how to go […]
Today’s blog post is about something that should be simple and apparently it causes trouble: how to declare a qHash overload for a custom datatype. This is necessary when we want to use custom datatypes as keys in a QHash. From the documentation: A QHash’s key type has additional requirements other than being an assignable […]
After four months of intensive development work, I am happy to announce that the first QStringTokenizer commits have landed in what will eventually become Qt 6.0. The docs should show up, soon. While the version in Qt will be Qt 6-only, KDAB will release this tool for Qt 5 as part of its KDToolBox productivity […]
KUESA™ 3D Studio 1.2 released A Complete Design-to-Code Workflow Solution for 3D Assets in Real-time Applications version 1.2 released makes 3D design and development workflows easy, fast and reliable offers support for Maya, Autodesk 3ds Max, and Blender as well as any other glTF-compatible digital content creation tools New: Iro materials library can simulate common […]
Today, KDAB is releasing version 1.2 of the 3D integration workflow Kuesa 3D, built on top of Qt 3D. Kuesa™ 3D is a complete design-to-code workflow solution for 3D in real-time applications, centered around the open glTF™ 2 format, supported by Blender, Maya and 3ds Max. Read the Press Release… In short, Kuesa provides a […]
In the last blog post we saw an essential, C++ oriented, Visual Studio Code setup. That was enough to get going right away, but we can still definitely do more and better. Here I’ll show you how to get a complete setup for your qmake and CMake projects, all this while also wearing a Qt […]
KDAB’s Kevin Funk presented Using Modern CMake with Qt at Qt Virtual Tech Con last month. He reported that the Qt Company did a great job moderating the sessions at this event, and there was a lively Q&A at the end – Kevin had to pick from about 60 questions, so this is a hot […]
My first project when I entered KDAB was the migration of a multi-million lines Motif application to Qt… feels quite scary said like that. Fortunately, migrations from any toolkit to Qt is something KDAB has been doing from the beginning, and has lots of experience with. You may be wondering what this has to do […]
Part 2 If you are here from Part 1, welcome back. If you are wondering why we started at Part 2, go to Part 1. So, you tried everything from the first part (that was relative to you), and your screen is still a backlighting test? No problem. (Well.. I mean, clearly there is but […]