For cases where just viewing the text is enough, we walk you through what we tried in order to resolve an issue with masses of text in QML. We are not talking about a general solution, but a specific case that we encountered during a customer project.
We’ll share with you some of our CPU choice considerations, helping eliminate some of the unknowns and hopefully clearing away some misconceptions in the process.
We just released KDChart version 3.0.0! KDChart is a comprehensive business charting package with many different chart types and a large number of customization options. We are constantly improving the package, and have been doing so for years. This is the first release of KDChart that supports Qt 6, and both Qt 5 and Qt […]
One of the most difficult choices to make when starting any new software project is that of the programming language and framework your team will use to create it. Should you stick with Qt because it’s the best tool for the job? Should you switch to something that uses web-based technology or is designed explicitly […]
In this article, I’d like to talk about Android storage. In recent Android versions, Google decided, for a good reason, to restrict the access to the SD card. This means, even if your application will have the old READ/WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permissions declared and granted, you won’t be able to freely access the SD Card contents like […]
Let’s say you’ve already made the decision to do a legacy software migration. So, what’s next? This blog will go over the most important steps in a legacy software migration, to help you execute your own.
There are a few small, and sometimes already quite old, features in Qt that, when combined, can be a very nice way to deal with assets in your QML application — especially if some of them live on the file system, some in a resource, and some may need localization or translation. Let’s dive in! […]
Qt provides a rich set of high-quality, cross-platform APIs, but can't cover every possible use case. KDE has created code to fill these gaps in its many projects, sharing these libraries as KDE Frameworks.
After two years of frustration and delays, Embedded World is finally back and KDAB was there at the Qt booth, number 258 in Hall 4. As usual we showed some great demos – updates to some golden oldies, and some brand new ones. We were impressed at the number of visitors who turned up, as […]
Some time ago, I wrote a post about integrating Qt’s associative containers with the fancy new C++ features, range-based for loops with structured bindings. That post inspired KDAB’s own Giuseppe D’Angelo to add the asKeyValueRange member function to both QHash and QMap. Now it’s possible to iterate over them with a simple range-based for loop, […]