This post is part of an ongoing series about developments and discussions in Qt. Some parts of this report are still under discussion, and don’t necessarily reflect the final state of Qt 5. The target audience is people involved in Qt development itself, but without the time to follow everything that happens, and others with […]
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Introduction This is the first of many posts about Qt 5 development to appear on the KDAB blog. The intent of these posts is to be a summary of development in the qtbase repository and discussions on the Qt Project mailing lists. The reporting is not limited to KDAB contributions to Qt, but aims to […]
The Kinect, a Microsoft device originally made for the Xbox360 (a gaming console), has become incredibly popular among developers in the past few months; it allows easy tracking of predefined movements without having to wear special clothes or complicated sensors. Once you’re set-up, you would be able to access functions such as hand tracking, scene […]
KDAB has just completed a Qt training for Codan in Australia, which means that KDAB has now conducted training courses on all the major continents of the world (excluding Antarctica, which has no permanent population 🙂 To celebrate this, we asked our customer there to tell us a bit about the training.
Nordic Semiconductor project manager, Eirik Midttun, talks about working with KDAB and Bluetooth low energy. KDAB was brought in by Nordic Semiconductor ASA to assist with Qt user interface development. Nordic Semiconductor are developing a Bluetooth low energy radio chip, and wanted to offer their customers an easy-to-us tool to configure it. In addition to […]