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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Implementing a new backend for Qt Purchasing

Published Wednesday August 26th, 2015
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Posted in Mobile, Qt, Qt in depth

A bit more than a year ago, we released the Qt Purchasing module as part of our commercial offering. This module provides cross-platform APIs to enable in-app purchases in your application, and the current released version works together with the app store on iOS and the Google Play store on Android. Recently, however, we decided

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Anca Cioaca

No PowerPoint presentations more confusing than a Rubik’s Cube here

Published Tuesday August 25th, 2015
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Announcing the Developer Unconference Track & call for Lightning Talks at Qt World Summit 2015 We are naturally gifted at connecting to each other personally and at connecting each other’s ideas into something brilliant together. We co-create by feeding off and enabling each other. If you are a fan of peer-to-peer learning, collaboration and creativity

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Tuukka Turunen

Improvements to Commercial Qt Downloads in China

Published Friday August 14th, 2015
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Posted in Qt.io

We have changed to a new Content Delivery Network (CDN) for the download of commercial packages and evaluations in China. The new provider will offer better download speed and reliability, especially when using the online installer. Earlier we have had some issues with the download of commercial packages inside the People’s Republic of China. Especially problematic has been

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Alex Blasche

QtLocation reloaded

Published Wednesday July 22nd, 2015
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Posted in Qt, Qt Location

Once upon a time, back in the Qt 4 and QtMobility days, there used to be a Location API. Unfortunately, during the transition to Qt 5, this API never managed to get a complete port. Qt Mobility location code was tightly bound to QML1, while Qt 5 introduced QML 2. However if you looked carefully,

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Anca Cioaca

Qt World Summit 2015 | What’s better than a speaker announcement?

Published Thursday July 16th, 2015
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Posted in Events, Qt Developer Days, Qt World Summit

Why would we announce one speaker when we could announce 50 at once? We are beyond thrilled to share our lineup for Qt World Summit 2015 with you. We also have the preliminary agenda launched for you to take a look at. Make sure to check back often — we’re adding new sessions. Visit the

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Anca Cioaca

Psst! Qt World Summit 2015 – Early Bird Prices are ending today!

Published Monday July 13th, 2015
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Posted in Events, Qt Developer Days, Qt World Summit

If you’ve been putting off buying your ticket to Qt World Summit 2015, you should definitely stop procrastinating. You have just a few hours left to purchase early bird tickets at the discounted rate (July 13, 11:59pm CET). Qt World Summit 2015 runs from October 5-7 and with all of the amazing speakers and killer

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