Welcome to our August Newsletter
We bring you How KDAB creates modern CI using Buildbot followed by Is Qt Right for Your Project?: Factors to Consider When Choosing a Software Stack.
Then we offer the first releases of talks from the Qt Developer Conference in June, the latest Qt Widgets and More sessions, a new Kuesa 3D video and Event news.
How KDAB creates modern CI using Buildbot
Is Qt Right for Your Project?
Factors to Consider When Choosing a Software Stack
by Till Adam
Since the choice of a software stack is so important, it’s worth treating initial software selection as a strategic decision.
We have certainly done a good deal of Qt development and believe it’s a great tool, but there are occasions where it’s not a great fit.
Check out the 8 factors we recommend you take into consideration in your choice of a software stack.
The Making of the Cluster Demo:
Data-driven 3D Apps with Kuesa 3D 2.0
A follow-on from last month’s videos detailing the attributes in our Automotive Cluster Demo on iMX8. You can see the whole series here.
When your 3D model provides different features you want to reflect in your application, you try to avoid all those variants in code, striving for a data-driven approach instead. The glTF file format we use comes into play here.
Qt Developer Conference
Keynotes and talks
Here’s a selection of talks from this month’s releases, featuring a not-the-usual Welcome note from Kalle Dalheimer, KDAB’s CEO, Keynotes from The Qt Company and SECO Mind and a fascinating talk on fighting cancer with modern Biotech, from Miltenyi.
Other talks released this month can be found here.
Qt Widgets and More new releases
focusing on Qt Item Delegates
Do you have a need for custom-painted or custom-editable items in your Model/View framework also known as delegates?
In the previous episode, Jesper Pedersen presented a new delegate super class. Here, he shows us three use cases for it.
In this session, Jesper focuses on custom delegates for editing items and reveals a ready-to-use delegate for choosing items with a combo box.