Choosing the right system-on-chip (SoC) is probably your first consideration when designing an embedded product, followed closely by deciding whether to use an off-the-shelf board or design your own. The case for commercial boards in initial designs For the first product in a new line, consider using a commercially available board that features your chosen […]
When designing an embedded product, there’s a lot riding on those crucial first decisions of choosing a hardware vendor and board. Clearly, the hardware you select must be powerful enough to support your product, a challenging determination given that software is usually still in the planning stages at this point in the process. Plus, planning […]
We’re happy to announce a new addition to our training portfolio, ‘Embedded Rust’, an online training taking place over a period of 6 half-days, and conducted by our partner, Ferrous Systems.
Floating-point math is hard, and compilers will exploit every language loophole to make our FP calculations go faster, sometimes with surprising results.
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.
Qt provides both a Wayland platform to run Qt applications as Wayland clients in a Wayland compositor and a library to build that, but only on Linux. The WSL subsystem makes that possible on Windows.
We at KDAB are pleased to announce an event we’re planning to host in Berlin this fall, September 28-30. Save the dates for KDAB’s Qt Developer Conference — a conference from Qt developers for Qt developers! Qt Desktop Days, May 2021 — Cancelled Before we tell you more about Qt Dev Con, we’d like to […]
For many developers, QNX is the operating system of choice, when it comes to developing on embedded systems. However, the performance limits are exceeded quickly, especially if you’re working on low-end hardware. As a result, you’ll likely need to perform an investigation to find the bottlenecks that contribute to reaching these limits, in order to […]
This brand new online conference hosted by KDAB offers in-depth technical topics from embedded developers for embedded developers – especially, but not exclusively, for those working with Qt on Embedded Devices. The call for papers is now closed and the program will be announced as soon as the committee has made a final selection. We […]