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Qt 5.4 and the new features

by Giuseppe D’Angelo of KDAB Qt 5.4 was released just last week! The new release comes right on schedule (following the 6-months development cycle of the Qt 5 series), and brings a huge number of new features. KDAB engineers have contributed lots of code to Qt during the last few months. Once more, KDAB is […]

KDAB at SPS IPC Drives, November

KDAB had a last minute invitation to join The Qt Company as a Qt partner at SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg, which turned out to be well worth the effort. SPS IPC Drives is a huge exhibition, focusing on electric automation and packed with hardware manufacturers, software providers, cabling and much more. We observed many […]

Meeting C++, Berlin, December

KDAB is proud to be a sponsor of the thriving C++ community in Europe represented by Meeting C++ and has been so from the beginning. This year, the event was held in Berlin and sold out, with over 300 attendees. In addition to exhibiting at the event, KDAB’s Marc Mutz gave a well-received talk about […]

Random Factoid

KDAB’s Milian Wolff has been creating an awesome tool in his spare time: Heaptrack, a heap memory profiler for Linux that gives you not just most but all data about heap allocations with minimum memory usage! Read all about it here

Coming events

January 22nd – Santa Clara, USA Come visit us on January 22nd RTECC at Santa Clara in the USA Sign up here for this free entry event. We will be showing our Motherdemo-on-Windows-CE (“Toradex”), our IPC Trader phone demo and our Map demo on an Android Nexus Tablet. February 24 – 26, Nuremberg, Germany See […]

Highlights of 2014

In February KDAB once more exhibited at Embedded World Nuremberg, the biggest embedded event of the year in Europe, where Qt is rapidly becoming a leading standard. Our QNX/Qt-powered Marine Buck demo got a lot of attention, as did the CE 2013 on a Toradex board. Look out for us in Hall 4 at EWN […]

Qt on Android Episode 5

In the latest episode of his Qt on Android series, Bogdan Vatra introduces the basics of the JNI and how to use it to extend Qt on Android apps. This blog discusses two use cases: How to call a Java function from C/C++ How to callback a C/C++ function from Java So far in his […]

Qt Developer Days 2014 – North America

Once more KDAB had a full presence at ICS’s sister event, Qt Developer Days North America in San Francisco, which is very much alive and had roughly half the size of the European event. We presented 11 talks and 5 Lightning Talks and hosted a big 9 metre booth in the exhibition hall, alongside ICS […]

GammaRay 2.2.0 release

We have published a new feature release of GammaRay, our Qt introspection tool. Major new additions include an object lifetime and signal emission plotter, and a translation inspector. The state machine visualization got a major facelift and the Qt Quick 2 inspector received many fixes and performance improvements, as well as a more detailed material […]