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KDAB Training at Qt World Summit Berlin 5th December 2018

KDAB is offered eight superb Training Classes in Berlin, you can see the list below, which includes one run by our long-term collaborator, froglogic. All the rest were delivered by KDAB engineers. There were five classes in our Introductory group, and three in the Advanced. Read the descriptions carefully to see which one you’d have […]

KDAB at Embedded Technology, Japan 14-16 November 2018

KDAB is proud to announce that for the first time ever we will be present at Embedded Technology outside of Tokyo in Japan. Every year more than 25000 visitors attend over 3 days! The event takes place in the Pacifico Yokohama exhibition center and focuses on Embedded AI, IoT Wireless Technology, Smart Sensing and Safety […]

KDAB demos at Qt World Summit, Boston October 29th to 30th

KDAB is the main sponsor at Qt World Summit.  In Boston, we’ll be co-hosting a training day on October 29th,  offering both Introductory and Advanced one day training classes at a knock-down price. Find out more here. On October 30th, you can listen to two talks from KDAB experts: Creating compelling blended 2D/3D applications – a […]

KDAB Talks at Qt World Summit – Boston October 30th

KDAB is offering two talks at Qt World Summit in Boston. Here’s a preview before the full program is published. The first, from Qt 3D expert Mike Krus, gives an in-depth look at how to make the collaboration between designers and developers smoother. The second, from Qt expert David Faure, introduces KDAB’s awesome Opensource tools […]

Heaptrack v1.1.0 release Better memory profiling on Linux

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 […]

Qt Quick without a GPU: i.MX6 ULL on small embedded devices

  With the introduction of the Qt Quick software renderer it became possible to use Qt Quick on devices without a GPU. We investigated how viable this option is on a lower end device, particularly the NXP i.MX6 ULL. It turns out that with some (partially not yet integrated) patches developed by KDAB and The […]

Update to Linux perf report Improved handling of inlined frames

Linux perf is an immensely useful and powerful tool suite for profiling of C/C++ applications. I have used it extensively and successfully on various customer projects, both for desktop applications as well as automotive or industrial projects targeting low-end embedded Linux targets running on ARM hardware. The biggest problem with perf really is its usability, […]

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