The Qt 5.0 release machine is rolling forward. Having released Qt 5 beta 2 earlier this month, the Qt contributor community is now aiming to create a first release candidate for Qt 5.0. The number of open bugs blocking the release is shrinking daily. Remaining tasks are mostly related to packaging, documentation, polishing examples, and […]
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Registrations for Qt Developer Days 2012 Europe have now sold out! We’ve now reached full capacity for the event. The conference has attracted an overwhelming interest from people wanting to learn about the latest and emergent Qt technologies. Qt Developer Days 2012 Europe promises to be an unprecedented success!
KDAB announces availability of KD Chart 2.5.0, the sixth minor release of the KD Chart 2 series. KD Chart is a comprehensive business charting package with many different chart types and a large number of customization options. We are constantly improving the package to suit customer needs, and have been doing so for years.
We are proud to announce that KDE e.V.’s partnership in the forthcoming Qt Developer Days 2012. KDE e.V. recently released the following statement: “The KDE community is delighted to be a partner in the upcoming Qt Developer Days 2012. KDE has built its software on Qt for the last 15 years, will continue to do […]
The Qt Developer Conference in Berlin is just around the corner and we are very excited to be hosting it this year. Whether you are a Qt expert or if you are just getting started, the Developer Conference will definitely give you many worthwhile opportunities. With lectures, presentations, trainings and labs, focusing both on the […]
Brought to you by KDAB in cooperation with ICS and KDE e.V., this 3 day event will have a terrific agenda of lectures, presentations, trainings and labs, focusing both on the latest technologies introduced with Qt 5, and the tried-and-true technologies in use today. The Qt Developer Conference aims to provide an excellent opportunity to […]
November 12-14, Café Moskau, Berlin. The Qt Developer Days conference, held annually in Germany and Silicon Valley, has long been the highlight of the Qt calendar. The Developer Days provides an excellent and important opportunity to meet peers, learn about new technology and developments in Qt, market and ecosystem news and train and explore the […]
This blog post is part of an ongoing series about the internals of the QML engine. In the last blog post, we covered how the QML engine loads QML files. To recap, QML files are parsed and then C++ objects are created for all elements in the QML file. For example, we saw that when […]
It was announced this morning that Digia Plc will acquire the “Qt software technologies and Qt business” from Nokia. This ends the recent uncertainty in the Qt community, something that should be beneficial for the Qt ecosystem and the Qt users worldwide, including KDAB’s customers, and hopefully ensures the continuity and sustained funding of Qt […]
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 […]