It’s almost upon us – August 12-16, in Vancouver: SIGGRAPH, the hottest show in town, and the 45th SIGGRAPH Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. This year KDAB is sharing a Qt booth with The Qt Company. You can find us at Stand 1333, not far from the Attendee Lounge and opposite The Experience Hall. […]
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For SIGGRAPH, KDAB has been working on a new Qt 3D based demo. We decided that instead of using C++, it would be interesting to try out PySide2 and harness Python to drive the application. The idea behind this demo is to do with data acquisition of a vehicle’s surrounding environment. Once the data is […]
At KDAB, we know that consistency is an important aspect of the User Experience – users don’t want to have to learn different ways to achieve the same thing. In the Linux world, there is a major structural pitfall to this: the applications written for Linux come in at least two major technologies – Qt […]
Thanks for joining us for this year’s edition of Meet Qt that took place in Paris on the 19th June. The focus this year was medical and automotive and the event was again very successful despite the train strikes. If you could not attend here is an idea of what KDAB offered: A medical client’s […]
KDAB was sponsor of this annual C++ event run by the C++ Community for the C++ Community in Italy, which was founded some five years ago and is growing fast. Around 200 people showed up for “++ it”, 50 more than last year, and were treated to an excellent program. There was a mix of […]
A major contributor to Qt, KDAB was glad to be a key sponsor at Qt Contributors’ Summit this June. About 80 committed developers met in Oslo to talk about the latest developments in the Qt framework, enjoying beautiful weather in Oslo, and of course, the coffee. The most important topics included the first early ideas […]
With all the advances being made in Qt 3D, we wanted to create some new examples showing some of what it can do. To get us started, we decided to use an existing learning framework, so we followed the open source Tower Defence course, which you can find at CGCookie. Being a game, it allows […]
There has been a lot of back and forth around the use of Free Software in public administration. One of the latest initiatives in this area was started by the Free Software Foundation Europe, FSFE. It focuses on the slogan: Public Money – Public Code. There are various usage scenarios for Free Software in public administration. […]
KDAB is a major sponsor of this event and a key independent contributor to Qt as our blogs attest. Every year, dedicated Qt contributors gather at Qt Contributors’ Summit to share with their peers latest knowledge and best practices, ensuring that the Qt framework stays at the top of its game. Be a Contributor to […]
After more than a year of work, I’m pleased to release another version of heaptrack, the Linux memory profiler! The new version 1.1.0 comes with some new features, significant performance improvements and – most importantly – much improved stability and correctness. If you have tried version v1.0 in the past and encountered problems, update to […]