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Eike Ziller

New proof-of-concept UIKit based Lighthouse platform

Published Friday March 11th, 2011 | 30 Comments on New proof-of-concept UIKit based Lighthouse platform
Posted in Lighthouse, Qt

Also not quite as exciting as the Android port (but maybe a tiny bit more exciting than the new INTEGRITY platform, at least for me 😉 ), I just pushed a new proof-of-concept implementation of a UIKit based Lighthouse plugin to the qt-lighthouse repository. This means that, if you carefully follow the instructions in the […]

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A Lighthouse by any other name…

Published Friday June 25th, 2010 | 6 Comments on A Lighthouse by any other name…
Posted in Lighthouse, Qt

Just a quick heads-up that we have chosen a new name for the Lighthouse platform (as discussed the Remodelling post). The Subcommittee of Renaming has been hard at work in the intervening months, reviewing and considering all the 17576 possible TLAs. We ended up with: QPA. Unfortunately, the precise meaning was lost in the subcommittee […]

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Qt 4.8.0 Released

Published Thursday December 15th, 2011 | 101 Comments on Qt 4.8.0 Released
Posted in Qt

Qt has reached another important evolutionary milestone today. We are very proud to announce that Qt 4.8.0 has now been released. Many people have worked long and hard to deliver Qt 4.8.0. Today that hard work reaches final release maturity, and we are celebrating! Featuring Qt Platform Abstraction, threaded OpenGL support, multithreaded HTTP and optimized […]

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Chasing the raspberry pi dragon: OpenGL ES2 accelerated Qt PI

Published Monday October 3rd, 2011 | 18 Comments on Chasing the raspberry pi dragon: OpenGL ES2 accelerated Qt PI
Posted in C++, Embedded, Kinetic, Lighthouse, OpenGL, Performance, Qt Quick

The raspberry pi initiative is very compelling and (forgive me for the hype) just got even more compelling now that we have Qt 5 running with full acceleration on the target. A tagline of “An ARM Linux box for $25. Take a byte!” sums it up rather nicely and should get many a geeks pulse racing. […]

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Lars Knoll

Thoughts about Qt 5

Published Monday May 9th, 2011 | 207 Comments on Thoughts about Qt 5
Posted in Contributors, KDE, Qt

Qt 4.0 was released in June 2005, almost six years ago. A lot has changed in the software industry over these years. While application development back then happened mostly on desktop systems, mobile devices connected to the web have become increasingly popular. User interface technology has moved from static widgets to a fluid touch based […]

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