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Introducing our new community sponsorship program

Published Tuesday March 29th, 2011 | 9 Comments on Introducing our new community sponsorship program
Posted in Community, Events, Learning, Programs | Tags: , , ,

Qt Development Frameworks has sponsored community projects since Trolltech was founded 15 years ago. The biggest contribution we make to the community is Qt itself –  with open source access – starting with version 0.9 in 1995. Much has happened since that humble start. Now we sponsor a lot of different community projects, from code […]

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Digia to expand use of Qt in the desktop and embedded environments

Published Thursday March 17th, 2011 | 14 Comments on Digia to expand use of Qt in the desktop and embedded environments
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The following post is written by a guest blogger: Digia Plc. Senior Vice President, Mr. Harri Paani Digia’s plan to acquire the Qt Commercial licensing and service business from Nokia has brought up some justifiable questions about the future of Qt from various stakeholders. While we understand the need for us to quickly participate the […]

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India’s first KDE conference

Published Monday March 14th, 2011 | 3 Comments on India’s first KDE conference
Posted in Community, Events, KDE, Licensing, Qt in Education | Tags: , , ,

More than 300 KDE developers and students participated in conf.kde.in – the first dedicated KDE conference ever held in India- in Bangalore from March 9 to 13. The participants learned about contributing to KDE, programming with Qt Quick and lots of other aspects of developing free software. conf.kde.in Group Photo There has been a substantial […]

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PySide reaches final 1.0.0 release

Published Friday March 4th, 2011 | 6 Comments on PySide reaches final 1.0.0 release
Posted in Community, Programs | Tags: , , ,

We know a lot of you are interested in PySide, the set of LGPL-licensed bindings that tie Python to Qt. We know because PySide is the number one wiki topic on Qt Developer Network. The news today for Qt + Python enthusiasts is good – PySide, the LGPL set of bindings for Qt and Python […]

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A Whole Lot of Qt @ Embedded World 2011

Published Friday March 4th, 2011 | 6 Comments on A Whole Lot of Qt @ Embedded World 2011
Posted in Events | Tags: , , , , ,

There was an explosion of visitors at the Qt booth at Embedded World 2011. I was meant to write this blog a couple of days ago, but I was perturbed by the crazy traffic at our booth. Don’t get me wrong – we loved the traffic. It was awesome to see so many developers’ faces […]

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Not just another tablet. The first MeeGo tablet.

Published Wednesday February 23rd, 2011 | 10 Comments on Not just another tablet. The first MeeGo tablet.
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The WeTab MeeGo Tablet Using Qt It’s true. There are MeeGo devices being commercially distributed and they are built on Qt. The guys at WeTab GmbH have been shipping their MeeGo tablet, WeTab, since the third quarter of 2010. They also recently released an SDK , so all of you Qt enthusiasts can publish Qt-based […]

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Qt at MWC: Qt and Near-Field Communications (NFC)

Published Wednesday February 16th, 2011 | 16 Comments on Qt at MWC: Qt and Near-Field Communications (NFC)
Posted in Events, Qt in use | Tags: , , ,

We are continuing our Qt at MWC series. In light of last Friday’s announcements we also continue to search for answers that our community is asking. We are not done communicating on that front, however we want to also show what we are doing at Mobile World Congress. What is NFC? For those that don’t […]

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Qt at MWC – Cross-platform Qt-based games

Published Wednesday February 16th, 2011 | 6 Comments on Qt at MWC – Cross-platform Qt-based games
Posted in Events, Qt in use, Uncategorized | Tags: , , ,

As we continue our showcase around Qt-related technologies being demonstrated at Mobile World Congress (hall 1, booth 1E44), we come to one of our favorites: The Chicken Wrangler! First, the concept behind the demo/game: We wanted to explore creating an app that was capable of running on different devices, such as handsets and netbooks yet […]

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