Announcements

Qt Labs Japan launched

Published Tuesday March 16th, 2010 | Comments Off on Qt Labs Japan launched
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For those that have followed our various blogs know that if you are looking for the best technology and in-depth Qt-related content, Qt Labs is the best place to be. Of course one of the potential drawbacks is the fact that Labs is only available in English. Well good news for our friends in Japan: […]

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The tech previews aren´t out until we post a video about them

Published Thursday March 11th, 2010 | 5 Comments on The tech previews aren´t out until we post a video about them
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If you´ve been using Qt for awhile, you´ve probably noticed our tradition where the Qt Release Manager Jason posts a blog with each release – you´ll find some great examples on Qt Labs.  This has become quite ingrained in our release process, to the point that we claim that the release isn´t truly out until […]

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Welcoming MeeGo to the Qt community

Published Monday February 15th, 2010 | 3 Comments on Welcoming MeeGo to the Qt community
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At Mobile World Congress (MWC) today, Nokia and Intel announced MeeGo, a combination of the Maemo and Moblin platforms. As part of the announcement we were very happy to announce that Qt will be the default application and UI framework. MeeGo is a software platform that can be used to build a wide range of […]

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Meet Qt Quick at Mobile World Congress

Published Monday February 15th, 2010 | 8 Comments on Meet Qt Quick at Mobile World Congress
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Qt Quick is being demonstrated at Mobile World Congress today. What´s Qt Quick, you ask? Qt Quick (Qt User Interface Creation Kit) is a high-level user interface technology that makes it dramatically easier for UI designers and developers with scripting language skills to quickly and easily create beautiful, pixel perfect UIs and lightweight, touch-enabled apps […]

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Symbian open source migration complete!

Published Thursday February 4th, 2010 | 4 Comments on Symbian open source migration complete!
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We are very excited about today’s Symbian Foundation’s announcement that their transition to open source is complete. That they were able to complete the task ahead of schedule is a credit to them. It was no small task. The migration of the world’s most widely used mobile platform to the EPL license is the biggest open […]

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Technology Preview – New Qt APIs from Mobility Project

Published Tuesday December 1st, 2009 | 1 Comment on Technology Preview – New Qt APIs from Mobility Project
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In addition to today’s Qt 4.6 release, we have also made available a technology preview package of new Qt APIs. These new Qt APIs not only enable Qt developers to include standard mobile functionality in their applications, but also provide useful application functionality across desktop platforms. Together with the new port to Symbian and upcoming […]

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Want to Give Feedback on the Qt 4.6 Release Candidate? Try the SDK.

Published Tuesday November 17th, 2009 | 1 Comment on Want to Give Feedback on the Qt 4.6 Release Candidate? Try the SDK.
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Avid readers of the blog on Qt Labs will already know about today´s twin Qt Creator 1.3 and Qt 4.6 release candidates.  What our Qt Release Manager Jason didn´t mention in his post, however, was the fact that we are packaging Qt and Qt Creator pre-releases together into a combined Release Candidate SDK for the […]

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Calling all exterminators

Published Tuesday October 27th, 2009 | 2 Comments on Calling all exterminators
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Do you enjoy finding (and squashing) bugs?  If so, today´s announcement that the Qt Bug Tracker is now open to the public should get you eagerly firing up your debugger. The Qt source code has been open on http://qt.gitorious.org for a few months now, and through the Qt Contribution Model Qt users have contributed over […]

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