KDAB's YouTube Channel: Qt, C++ and 3D tutorials, news and more
KDAB as the global No.1 software consultancy for Qt, C++ and 3D applications and has been a relevant source for professional software developers for 20 years, offering a good mix of valuable information. As video content becomes more and more relevant, we decided to turn our existing YouTube channel, where we posted videos once in a while, into a regular, highly visible channel for professional developers using Qt, C++ and 3D technologies.
The channel offers tutorials for beginners and advanced developers presented by our experienced experts as well as show cases, C++, Qt and 3D related news, insights on events and trends.
For example, you get free access to part of the Qt / QML Introduction training course in form of a video tutorial.
Furthermore, you will be provided with exclusive interviews from our experts and updates on our latest products releases.
In time, we also look forward to collaborate with our partners to exchange views and aggregate best solutions to common issues we encounter. Feel free to contact us for any feedback and suggestions.
Module 1: Introduction to Qt Quick
- Video 1: Welcome and Introduction to Qt Quick
- Video 2: A Short History of Qt
- Video 3: The Structure of a QML: File or Elements and Properties
- Video 4: Understanding QML Properties in Details
- Video 5: Exercise: Understanding QML Properties
- Video 6: Qt Creator – How to Display Scope in Qt Creator
An Unexpected C++ Journey Can you use Umlaut in variable names?
Porting Applications to Qt Best approaches and pitfalls to avoid when migrating your app from a legacy framework
Profiling QtQuick HMI Performance on Embedded Linux Demo of a QtQuick speedometer running on an i.MX6 board
What is Qt 3D? Integrating Qt 3D into user interfaces
GammaRay Taking a deep look into your Qt application
Multithreading with Qt How to leverage the modern C++11 threading capabilities in your Qt application
Integrating OpenGL with Qt Quick 2 applications Giuseppe D’Angelo
Linux perf for Qt developers Milian Wolff
Writing custom Qt Quick components using OpenGL Kevin Funk
Qt 3D Basics Kevin Ottens
Refactor Your OpenGL Legacy With Style Kevin Ottens
KDE PIM Status Report Daniel Vrátil
KDE development how it was done in the last century David Faure
All about Qt on Android BogDan Vatra
Qt 3D and Physics Based Rendering Sean Harmer
Why Qt Matters In the Big Picture Till Adam
Analyzing Performance of QtQuick Applications Thomas McGuire
Introducing Qt3D 2.0 JamesTurner / Giuseppe D’Angelo
QtWidgets and QtQuick Controls – A Comparison Kevin Krammer
QtWebChannel – Bridging the Gap between HTML and Qt Milian Wolff
Additional Qt libraries outside Qt Project David Faure
DIY moc – Dynamic Meta Objects Volker Krause
Contributing to Qt — hands on Giuseppe D’Angelo
From QtWidgets Legacy to QtQuick and beyond Kevin Ottens
OpenGL with Qt 5 Sean Harmer
Modern Shader-based OpenGL Techniques Sean Harmer
Integrating QtQuick 2 with 3D renderers James Turner
Running QtQuick Applications on the Web Anton Kreuzkamp & Thomas McGuire
Improving the speed of C++ applications Fast code matters - Milian Wolff
Qt on Android Tutorial Bogdan Vatra
Qt Migrations Photon to Qt Migration Jesper Pedersen
Designing modern values in C++ Marc Mutz