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An Unexpected C++ Journey Daniel Vrátil's informal debut at KDAB

Some of you may know that KDAB employees enjoy flexibility on working hours as well as location, and some choose to work from home, with the opportunity to share childcare, do part-time study or simply enjoy an out-of-the-way location. All that’s required is a decent bandwidth for KDAB work. About once a year, all of […]

Profiling QtQuick HMI Performance on Embedded Linux by Thomas McGuire

QtQuick is a popular choice for creating HMIs for embedded devices. The hardware on these devices is often constrained and less performant than their desktop equivalents, this requires extra care from software developers in delivering a fluid user experience. KDAB is regularly involved in improving the performance of QtQuick HMIs on such devices for their […]

QtCon Videos On-line

We’re delighted all the QtCon talks have now been released, thanks to the hard work of the folks at KDE. Many KDABians attended QtCon and contributed to the unique new Qt event we co-created in Berlin, September 2016, along with Qt Contributors, KDE Akademy, VideoLan and FSFE. KDAB funded the event upfront and was Gold sponsor at QtCon […]

GammaRay: Taking a deep look into your Qt application Volker Krause

GammaRay is a high-level runtime introspection tool for Qt applications. In this talk we will look at a number of real-world debugging and profiling problems and how the capabilities provided by GammaRay help you with those. When creating applications we strive to use higher-level frameworks to obtain results quickly and reduce development effort and long-term […]

Writing custom Qt Quick components using OpenGL Kevin Funk

Qt Quick and QML provide an easy way to rapidly develop customized, reusable components entirely within QML. As these components grow in complexity, performance and maintainability often suffer, a drawback that is especially noticeable on low-powered embedded and mobile devices. In addition, some specialized components simply cannot be implemented by combining existing Qt Quick items […]

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